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When the NCAA announced that it would be expanding its college basketball tournament, many coaches jumped for joy while others just thought the idea was certifiably insane.
Virginia Tech coach Seth Greenberg would be in the group who agreed with the former as he has seen his Hokies post seemingly good enough records the last two years only to fall short on Selection Sunday.
If some had their way, instead of the expansion that was made to 68, the tournament would have expanded to 96.
The idea had the support of Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany. But then again, he supported the idea of "Legends" and "Leaders" as the new expanded conference's division names which, like the 96-team tournament, went over like a lead balloon.