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March Madness
March Madness

OK, so your team made the big dance. Congratulations for you and your superior college experience. Now it's time to travel.

Traveling to and from the NCAA Tournament games isn't easy with the satellite system the NCAA uses for its first-round games. Instead of having higher-seeds simply host the first game, teams and their fans must travel to predetermined locations a minimum of 100 miles away from their schools. It creates the illusion of fair play.

What it really creates are quiet, boring stadiums filled with people who spend more time reading the programs than paying attention to the game. No bandwagon is more popular this time of year than the farm cart of NCAA March Madness first-round underdogs. Valparaiso and Davidson know.