PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, a #15 seed has upset a #2 seed 7 times.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, Kentucky is 5-2 in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, the ACC has eight champions (Duke three times, UNC three times, Virginia one time, and former member Maryland once).
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, only ten times has a region's first round games gone according to seed (i.e. chalk).
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, Connecticut has made the round of 16 ten times.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, the ACC has eight champions (Duke three times, UNC three times, Virginia one time, and former member Maryland once).
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, the lowest seeds to advance to the national semifinals were George Mason University (2006), VCU (2011), and Loyola (2018), all #11 seeds.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, the ACC has eight champions (Duke three times, UNC three times, Virginia one time, and former member Maryland once).
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, one #16 seed has made it to the round of 32 (UMBC in 2018).
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, fifteen out of twenty four national semifinals have had at least one ACC team.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, only five #9 seeds have made it to the round of 16.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, only three times did seeds #1, #2, and #3 in a region all fail to advance to the round of 16. This happened in once in 2018 and twice in 2000.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, one #16 seed has made it to the round of 32 (UMBC in 2018).
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, Kansas has made the round of 16 fourteen times.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, the national semifinals have featured four #1 seeds only once, in 2008.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, thirteen out of twenty four national semifinals have had at least one SEC team.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, only thirteen times have seeds #1, #2, #3, and #4 in a single region all advanced to the round of 16. It happened twice in 2019.

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