ACC coaches are proposing that all college basketball teams be eligible for the NCAA Tournament this season, according to multiple reports.

Last season, the NCAA Tournament was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the United States. It also affected several conference tournaments at the conclusion of the 2019-20 season. According to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports and Jeff Goodman of Stadium, ACC coaches voted unanimously for the NCAA to move forward with an all-inclusive tournament at the end of the year.

This move is being proposed in an effort to “celebrate” college basketball after one of the country’s best sporting events was canceled last year. It would certainly be an interesting twist on “March Madness.”

Per Goodman, this proposal would mean that 346 Division I teams would be eligible for postseason play this year, in a division that includes 357 teams. There are seven teams that are reclassifying, three are ineligible due to APR and Oklahoma State is ineligible for the tournament this year.

It would certainly make the brackets look much different in 2021.