People in Kansas probably love seeing their Jayhawks ranked among the top teams in the nation. UCLA fans probably don’t like the idea of the Bruins traveling across country to start the NCAA tournament.
A few smiles, a few grumbles, all of it works for the powers-that-be in college basketball.
The point of the first-ever March Madness bracket preview was to instigate some discussion, for good or bad.
The NCAA’s selection committee did its part on Saturday by offering a sneak peek — on national television — of the current top 16 seeds, four in each regional.
Villanova grabbed the overall No. 1 spot in the East, with Kansas, Baylor and Gonzaga heading...