The major problem I have in the NCAA tournament is I think the game is officiated a little tighter. A little tighter means an early 2nd foul on a key player or an early 4th foul in a critical situation. I would rather have the official swallow the whistle than call a foul changes the scope of the game. In the Wyatt Oladipo situation, Wyatt beat Oladipo to the spot, maintained his ground and should have made an impact steal. Watching it live I thought to my self, that isn't a foul in the B1G or even the Big East.
I do differ (shockingly) in the Craft situation. There was entirely too much contact not to blow the whistle and call a foul. I have yet to see evidence that it wasn't a charge. And to be honest when you have the reputation of being as good of a defender as Craft it, you get the benefit of the doubt when Charles Barkley is blowing up the screen 100X to find out if Craft's foot was hovering over the line.
I would like to see the NCAA do way with the pods situation and go back to the way the tournament used to be held. If you are placed in the West region then you go west. In OSU's situation they got placed in the West, should they really get to play the first 2 games in Dayton?