ACC Coaches Suggest Expanding NCAA Tournament to 72 Teams at Conference Meetings
Thu May 17, 2018
At the ACC spring meetings, the conference's coaches recommended expanding the NCAA tournament to 72 teams, pushing back the three-point line, and widening the lane. "The idea of having two First Fours, if you will, maybe geographic," ACC commissioner John Swofford said. "That's such a quick turnaround. You could have one maybe in Dayton and one in the western states."
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