PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, the first-round game between the #8 and #9 seeded teams is split almost evenly. #8 leads 50-46, including 4 wins in 2015.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, fifteen out of twenty four national semifinals have had at least one Big 10 team.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, the national semifinals have featured just one #1 seed nine times.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, Kansas has 5 appearances in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, only Duke and Kansas have made it into the tournament every single year.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, only ten times has a region's first round games gone according to seed (i.e. chalk).
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, nine schools have advanced to the round of 16 at least 10 times (Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State, UNC, Arizona, UCLA, Kansas, Syracuse, and Connecticut).
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, 103 different schools have advanced to the round of 16, and 42 of them only made it once.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, the SEC has five champions (Kentucky three times and Florida twice).
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, UNC has 8 appearances in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, the smallest number of #1 seeds to advance to the round of 16 is 2 (three times).
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, four #8 seed teams have advanced to the national semifinals (UNC and Wisconsin, both in 2000, Butler in 2011, and Kentucky in 2014).
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, the national semifinals have featured just one #1 seed nine times.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, the national championship game has included at least one team seeded #4 or higher, except for 2014 (#7 Connecticut vs. #8 Kentucky).
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, Michigan State has 8 appearances in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, 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

Since 1996, only five #9 seeds have made it to the round of 16.

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