Committee seeks more transparency
INDIANAPOLIS -- The NCAA's attempt to be more transparent about its tournament selection process proved one thing Sunday: It's still subjective.
Some schools, such as Iona, apparently met the eye test this season. Others, such as Washington and Seton Hall, did not.
"In general they were a very, very good team during the course of the year," committee vice chairman Mike Bobinski said of Iona during an hour-long show on TruTV. "I saw them play a number of times myself, and I think they're ...
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