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Topic - Ron Wellman
Wake Forest is hoping Danny Manning can turn around its slumping basketball team. No miracles needed.
NCAA basketball committee chairman Ron Wellman paused to consider whether it was good or bad for the selection group that the Kentucky-Connecticut championship game is the highest seeding total since the format was adopted in 1979.
The losses mounted for Jeff Bzdelik, and so did the public criticism of the Wake Forest men's basketball coach.
The man in charge of the NCAA selection committee insists a win in November is worth the same as a win in March.
In the eyes of today's NCAA selection committee, a game is a game, no matter whether it's played in November, January or March.
Virginia joined Florida, Wichita State and Arizona as a No. 1 seed Sunday when the selection committee announced the pairings for the NCAA tournament.
Ron Wellman will spend his weekend watching college basketball games, crunching numbers and evaluating inside information at an Indianapolis hotel.
In an effort to make it a fair contest, men's teams can't play on their home court during the NCAA tournament.
The chairman of the Division I men's basketball committee said changes made last August to the way teams are bracketed in the NCAA tournament will result in a fairer March Madness.
College basketball had become a wrestling match, bogged down by grabbing, pushing and the occasional takedown.
Nobody led tiny Wake Forest to more wins than Jim Grobe.
The NCAA announced changes Thursday to the way it will select teams for the men's basketball tournament, adding flexibility in hopes of keeping teams properly seeded.
"We talked in the committee room that you could actually take a whole line of seeds just about at any location and adjust it two lines and nobody would even know the difference because there's that much parity in college basketball today," Wellman said. "My personal opinion is that you're probably going to see these types of seeds doing well in the future in college basketball because I don't think we're going to lose parity in college basketball."
"I don't think it's bad," Wellman, the athletic director at Wake Forest, said Sunday. "I wouldn't say it's good either. It's unique for sure."