Two weeks from this morning we'll already know the first two casualties of the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament, the opening two contests of the tourney's "First Four" games in Dayton, Ohio, officially in the books.
Two weeks from tonight we'll know the next two out and the tourney will be down to 64 teams and we'll all settle in for what's arguably the three best continuous weeks in college athletics.
But 11 days from Selection Sunday, could it be better? Could the guidelines be fairer for all, rather than merely the BCS conferences?
For instance, should Indiana -- assuming the Hoosiers are a No. 1 seed and reach the Sweet 16 -- get to play in the Midwest Regional in Indianapolis's Lucas Oil Stadium, less than an hour from IU's campus?