The University of Louisville men’s basketball will not be part of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, which is set to begin this week. Instead, the Cardinals (13-7) were one of the first four teams out of the tournament. They will be the first replacement team in the field should another team need to withdraw. Earlier this year, the NCAA released a team replacement policy for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. UofL head coach Chris Mack will address the media on Monday afternoon. Meanwhile, Morehead State (23-7), the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament champions, are the No. 14 seed in the Midwest Region. The Eagles will play No. 3 seed West Virginia (18-9) on Friday at 9:50 p.m. inside Lucas Oil Stadium. The entire NCAA men’s basketball championship will be held in Indianapolis this year.Here’s the plan for this year’s tournament:Kentucky, Indiana and Western Kentucky will miss the tournament this year. Bellarmine was not eligible to compete in the Big Dance regardless of its results this season due to its transition to Division I.

The University of Louisville men’s basketball will not be part of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, which is set to begin this week.

Instead, the Cardinals (13-7) were one of the first four teams out of the tournament. They will be the first replacement team in the field should another team need to withdraw.

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Earlier this year, the NCAA released a team replacement policy for the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament.

UofL head coach Chris Mack will address the media on Monday afternoon.

Meanwhile, Morehead State (23-7), the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament champions, are the No. 14 seed in the Midwest Region. The Eagles will play No. 3 seed West Virginia (18-9) on Friday at 9:50 p.m. inside Lucas Oil Stadium.

Morehead State Eagles

The entire NCAA men’s basketball championship will be held in Indianapolis this year.

Here’s the plan for this year’s tournament:

Kentucky, Indiana and Western Kentucky will miss the tournament this year. Bellarmine was not eligible to compete in the Big Dance regardless of its results this season due to its transition to Division I.

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