PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, a #13 seed has upset a #4 seed 20 times.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, a #13 seed has upset a #4 seed 20 times.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, a team seeded #9 or lower has advanced to the round of sixteen 58 times, about 15 percent of the time.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, nineteen #10 seeds have made the round of 16.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, the Pac 12 has had four different schools advance to the national semifinals (UCLA, Arizona, Stanford, and Oregon).
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, all four #1 seeds advanced to the round of 16 in twelve different years.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, 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.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since 1996, 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

In twenty four years, no team seeded #6 has reached the national semifinals, let alone won the national championship.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops was founded, Florida is 3-1 in the national semifinals.
PickHoops QuickFact

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

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

During PickHoops history, UNC and Michigan State have each made 8 national semifinal appearances, and Kentucky has made 7.
PickHoops QuickFact

During PickHoops history, only five #9 seeds have made it to the round of 16.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, more #12 seeds (13) have advanced to the round of 16 than #8 or #9 seeds.
PickHoops QuickFact

Since PickHoops started, 81 #1 seeds have made it to the round of 16, an average of more than 3 per year.
PickHoops QuickFact

In twenty four years, only five #9 seeds have made it to the round of 16.

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