Thoughts about three key CAA issues

The CAA sure knows how to stay in the news. The conference is starting a new television deal, changing up its membership, strengthening its rules and staying on the front of minds of college basketball fans all over the country. Part of that has been the conference’s decision and some of it is beyond their control, but let’s look at a few key issues the league is currently dealing with.

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NIT Bracketology: March 11

Here we are once again. Selection Sunday is upon us. For this bracket I did a complete scrub of all the seeds. I also started taking into account the fact that some major conference teams can make offers to host that the NCAA just can’t turn down. In the back of my head the Iowa quote about making a competitive offer keeps coming up. The Hawkeyes are definitely in the field in my opinion — they just have so many good wins it’d be hard to turn them down — but for the first time I have them playing Round 1 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

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