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Leitch: If the NCAA dies, we may lose something valuable

Thursday, August 08, 2013

No one is going to cry for the NCAA here, if that happens. And it's certainly their own fault for dragging their heels on some of the problems plaguing their own ranks. But it's worth looking at what it might mean for us as sports fans if the big conferences do break off. Particularly when it comes to the NCAA tournament. (Sports on Earth)

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