tournament reform

Dayton Is The First Four Host For 2011, Plus More Schedule News

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Blogging the Bracket looks at the decision to award Dayton the 2011 "First Four" and shares numerous schedule links.

68-Team Bracket Format FINALLY Revealed

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Blogging the Bracket breaks down the new format for the NCAA Tournament Opening Round.

We Have An Answer On Expansion (Probably): It's 68 (For Now)

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Blogging the Bracket reacts to the NCAA's decision on expansion, which was announced Thursday.

The 96-Team Bracket: Thoughts On How It Will Work

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Blogging The Bracket shares some thoughts about how a 96-team NCAA field will work, particularly early in the Tournament's early rounds.

So NCAA Tournament Expansion Now Looks Like A Certainty...

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Blogging The Bracket takes some time to react to Thursday's news about NCAA Tournament expansion.

Re-Examining A 96-Team Field After The Best Tournament Weekend Ever

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Blogging The Bracket takes another look at a 96-team field, examining how one may have looked on this past Selection Sunday.

Reforming The Tourney, Part 6: Two Ways To Get To 96

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Blogging the Bracket has two ideas for how the NCAA field can grow to 96 teams.

Reforming the Tourney, Part 5 - Opening Round Roulette

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In Part 5 of a series on NCAA Tournament Reform, Blogging the Bracket looks at the controversial Opening Round.

Reforming the Tourney, Part 4 - The NCAA Champions League

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In continuing his look at tournament reform, Blogging the Bracket looks to Europe's biggest soccer competition for a new way to pick the NCAA field.

Reforming the Tourney, Part 3 - The Best 64

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In the third entry in a series, Blogging the Bracket looks at an all at-large field for the NCAA Tournament.

Reforming the Tourney, Part 2 - Making Both the Regular Season and Conference Tournaments Meaningful

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In the second entry in a series on tournament reform, Blogging the Bracket looks at an NCAA field with both conference regular season and tourney champions.

Reforming the Tourney, Part 1 - Champs Only?

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In the first post in a series on reforming the NCAA tournament, Blogging the Bracket looks at what an auto bid-only tourney would look like.

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