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NCAA Tournament Snubs

Although 64 teams are invited, there are always those who feel unjustly overlooked. We run down the reasoning behind prominent non-invitations:

San Diego State: Oh, you know, their RPI was just way too low or high or whatever is bad

Auburn: Team doesn't test well with women age 18 to 34

New Mexico: Have this weird way of dribbling that's just really off-putting

Penn State: No one likes Penn State

Gonzaga II: Only room in tournament for one Gonzaga

UNLV: Flunked the written part of the examination

Creighton: Glitches in their audition tape revealed that they edited the highlights so it looked like they never missed a shot

Davidson: The NCAA offered a third seed to Stephen Curry, but he selfishly wanted to bring his teammates along

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