With the continued success of March Madness, the National Collegiate Athletic Association is looking to expand its tournament next year from 64 to 756 teams.

“Madness shouldn’t just be contained to March. Madness should infect every second of every day of all our lives,” says Mark Emmert, Executive Director of the NCAA.

“The tournament would basically start in the fall and continue through the next three dozen months,” explained a rep from the NCAA.

“It’s a simple seventy-two round tournament with a triple elimination, six-round seeding process, followed by a thirty-two game pre-playoff leading to the regular tournament.”

The NCAA believe that no university should have its feelings hurt by being left out of the greatest tournament in the world.

“This has nothing to do with all the billions of extra dollars we will make. Nothing at all. Seriously,” explained Emmert, from the golden telephone on his private jet.