The NCAA’s expanded tournament field to more than 350 schools will tip off immeditley – due to time constraints – with an epic 89-seed play-in game between Central Connecticut State and Elon.

“This is the product our fans have always wanted,” NCAA President Mark Emmert said in a statement. “We’ll start in about 5 minutes with Central Connecticut and Elon, followed by Fairfield and Highpoint. Then we’ll get into the field of 356 and keep winding down until we get a champion next July.”

All games with be broadcast on TruTV, in between reruns of ‘Impractical Jokers.’