By now, you’ve probably heard about the NCAA Tournament.
The Final Four has been played in every state except Alaska and Hawaii since 1978.
But the Big Ten, the Big 12, the Pac-12, and SEC have all made it to the Final Four in the past 10 years.
In the past year alone, six other conferences have won the Big Dance.
In a perfect world, you should be able to apply to any of those leagues and make it into the NCAA tournament.
Unfortunately, this isn’t a perfect future.
The NCAA requires all applicants to submit a four-page essay detailing their college applications, which often take up more space than your resume.
But, there’s no reason to take the time to write an essay if you already know how to apply.
This is the perfect time to apply in a state that doesn’t require a four page essay.
In fact, if you’re a first-year student applying to college, you might want to look into applying in a different state.
We’ve compiled a list of eight states that should be on your radar if you want to make the NCAA tourney.1.
North Carolina (18.5%)3.
South Carolina (17)6.
Texas (16)So, if your goal is to make it to a tournament, this is the ideal state to apply for.
However, there are some caveats.
Florida is the largest state in the country, so your chances of getting in by lottery are high.
You also have to live in the state, which can be tough.
Additionally, you have to be a citizen of the United States, which is a little tough to get.
So if you do make it through the lottery, your odds of making it through to the tournament are lower.
In addition, Florida is a big state with a lot of population growth, which means you’ll have a hard time making the jump to the next level in the NCAA.
you may not be able fit into the best of schools.
If you’re looking to get into college, there aren’t too many schools with a strong basketball tradition.
The best of these schools are Florida State, Florida, Florida A&M, and Kentucky.
Additionally you may be able see some success in the Big East or the SEC.
You may also be able land a scholarship in one of these leagues.4.
California (16%): If you live in California, you’re likely going to make this list.
If not, it’s pretty easy to find a scholarship.
The Big East is one of the strongest conferences in college basketball, with two members of the conference making the Final 4.
The Pac-10 is the second-strongest conference, with only one member of the Pac 12 making the tourney, but you’ll still have a shot at making it to it.
The ACC, which has two members in the tournament, has a solid shot at qualifying, too.
You can also find scholarships in the ACC, Big 12 and SEC.5.