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Five significant reasons why the NCAA should pass on expanding the Big Dance and stick with 68 teams


The NCAA men's basketball committee — a group of 12 Division I athletic directors and commissioners, the same people who determine the bracket for each season's NCAA Tournament — are meeting this week in Park City, Utah, along with select NCAA staff to address a variety of items. The biggest topic is the most polarizing: potential tournament expansion. (CBS Sports)

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Five significant reasons why the NCAA should pass on expanding the Big Dance and stick with 68 teams


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