PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, 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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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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In twenty four years, 39 out of 96 national semifinal teams were #1 seeds.
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Since PickHoops was founded, only ten times has a region's first round games gone according to seed (i.e. chalk).
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Since PickHoops was founded, eight out of twenty four national semifinals have had at least one Big 12 team.
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Since PickHoops was founded, Duke has 5 appearances in the national semifinals.
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Since 1996, a #15 seed has upset a #2 seed 7 times.
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Since 1996, 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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During PickHoops history, Duke is 4-1 in the national semifinals.
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Since 1996, more #12 seeds (13) have advanced to the round of 16 than #8 or #9 seeds.
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Since PickHoops was founded, 28 teams have advanced to the round of 16 at least 5 times.
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Since PickHoops started, 23 schools have made the round of 16 more than 5 times.
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Since PickHoops was founded, only 12 out of 96 national semifinal teams were seeded lower than #5. In 2011, there were two (#8 Butler and #11 Virginia Commonwealth). In 2014, #7 Connecticut and #8 Kentucky advanced.
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In twenty four years, the national championship game has included at least one team seeded #4 or higher, except for 2014 (#7 Connecticut vs. #8 Kentucky).
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Since 1996, three #3 seeds have won the championship (Syracuse in 2003, Florida in 2006 and UConn in 2011).
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Since 1996, the most teams seeded #9 or lower to advance to the round of sixteen is 5 in 1999.
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During PickHoops history, 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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