When you see what happened in Japan, angst about brackets doesn't quite cut it.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 at 3:00 am (Updated: March 16, 3:01 am)
Today’s the day when we’re supposed to mourn the NCAA Basketball Tournament, aka Big East Invitational, and its myopically developed field and obtusely seeded brackets (for UK fans).
And that would have been a worthy thing to do, to suggest that only the winners from last week’s conference tournaments should move forward, thus removing all the decision-making and golden parachutes for failing teams. Those points have merit.
But does all that really matter so much?
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