In the sport of college basketball, essentially a team can not win a single game throughout the regular season, get hot, and make it to March Madness and have a shot at a National Championship. That same sport also allows for conference tournaments to decide the fate of an entire season based on neutral court arrangements. Does any of that seem fair?

Jonas Knox and Dan Beyer break down why the NCAA needs to take a lesson from it's football structure and apply it to basketball, and revamp the selection process.