Reaction around the Twitterverse on Thursday following the NCAA's announcement of bracketing rules changes for the NCAA tournament provided the general consensus that the new rules should make for a better tournament.
NCAA releases new bracketing guidelines for Dance. Our petition to have single digit seeds avoid playing double digits seeds was ignored.
— Casual Hoya (@CasualHoya) August 1, 2013
It's wonderful social media, a sharp-witted acknowledgment of a team's past failures in the context of a current news event. In Georgetown's case, the setbacks infamously include losses to 15-, 11-, 11-, 14- and 10-seeds in the last six seasons. Only in 2009 were they not felled by a double-digit seed, and that's because they missed the NCAAs altogether. The cherry on top is @CasualHoya beat every Syracuse blogger to the punch. Pan to @NunesMagician and @HoyaSuxa kicking themselves and cuing up another joke about Georgetown's mascot waffling.