Does the NCAA Need Upsets to Make March Madness Interesting?

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Does the NCAA Need Upsets to Make March Madness Interesting?
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The NCAA tournament is one the craziest tournaments to watch year after year. Two No. 2 seeds just don't get beat by two No. 15 seeds in the same tournament—unless we're talking about the Big Dance, of course.

However, does the NCAA need upsets like this to make March Madness interesting?

Well, it certainly doesn't need them, since there is a 68-team field where anyone can essentially win.

But without upsets March Madness would not be called March Madness.

So read on to see why the NCAA needs upsets to make March Madness interesting. 

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