PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, the national semifinals have featured three or more #1 seeds a total of 4 times.
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During PickHoops history, the Big 12 has had five different schools advance to the national semifinals (Kansas, Oklahoma State, Texas, Texas Tech, and Oklahoma).
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Since PickHoops was founded, a team seeded #9 or lower has advanced to the round of sixteen 58 times, about 15 percent of the time.
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Since 1996, the national semifinals have featured just one #1 seed nine times.
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Since 1996, only Duke and Kansas have made it into the tournament every single year.
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Since PickHoops started, the lowest average seeding in the national semifinals was in 2011, when the #3, #4, #8, and #11 advanced, making an average seeding of 6.5.
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Since PickHoops started, nine schools have advanced to the round of 16 at least 10 times (Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State, UNC, Arizona, UCLA, Kansas, Syracuse, and Connecticut).
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During PickHoops history, Connecticut has made the round of 16 ten times.
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Since PickHoops started, only twice has the first round in two regions gone according to seed in the same year (2000 and 2004).
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Since 1996, a team named Connecticut, Kentucky, Duke, or UNC has won more than half of the championships.
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Since 1996, the national semifinals have featured four #1 seeds only once, in 2008.
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Since 1996, Kansas has made the round of 16 fourteen times.
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During PickHoops history, Connecticut has 5 appearances in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, Connecticut has made the round of 16 ten times.
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In twenty four years, only five #9 seeds have made it to the round of 16.
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During PickHoops history, eight out of twenty four national semifinals have had at least one Big 12 team.
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Since 1996, 39 out of 96 national semifinal teams were #1 seeds.
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