The first two rounds were a paperwork issue on ND's part, fine. But it was the NCAA who sent them to Iowa to play AGAINST Iowa, instead of Columbus, which would have been a shorter drive for ND fans, PLUS not facing Ohio State playing on their home court. The NCAA not only gave UConn two home games for the first two rounds, but the third and fourth round games were 75 miles away from Storrs in their home state? Come on now. It would be like us having the first two rounds in South Bend and the third and fourth round in Valpo. I'd take that placement in a heartbeat. UConn stayed home for a MONTH before the Final Four, including their annual preferential treatment by the Big East in hosting the Tournment...AGAIN. ND was on the road for a month. You call that fair treatment? I surely don't. The Huskies were rested and ready and it showed in their tournment run.