Games between mids don't help case
Originally Published: February 17, 2005By Jay Bilas | Special to ESPN Insider
- Being a mid-major is tough. Basketball is a game of resources and opportunity. Mid-majors have fewer resources than the big shots yet are expected to compete favorably on the court. Mid-majors also have far fewer chances to rack up quality wins that will impress the NCAA Tournament selection committee, and therefore have a much smaller margin for error than the major conference schools.
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