No. The "March Madness" NCAA tournament that is broadcast on national television is for the Division 1 championship. Equivalent tournaments and championships are held for each of the NCAA's divisions. So therefore, Division II teams would play in the Division II Tournament.
No, they have only been to the Sweet 16 once. And that was when there were only 32 teams in the tournament.
Syracuse has appeared in the the Men's NCAA Basketball tournament 32 times.
Yes there have been a total of 20 teams that won the tournament and then did not make it the next year. Since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985 there have been 5 teams to not make it back the next year. Louisville 1987 Kansas 1989 Florida 2008 North Carolina 2010 Kentucky 2013
Ratings Percentage IndexThe Rating Percentage Index (RPI) has been used by the NCAA since 1981 to supplement the selection of at-large teams and the seeding of all teams for the NCAA basketball tournament.Ratings percentage index
Kentucky has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament a record 52 times through 2013.
Through 2013, Baylor has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament seven times.
Never. Along with Army, the Citadel, St. Francis (NY), and William & Mary, they are one of only five teams with fifty years of NCAA Division I play and no NCAA tournament appearances.
First NCAA tournament was held in 1939. The tournament has been held every year since. As of 2013 there have been 74 championships.
No there hasn't been any 16th seed team to beat a number 1 seed. But there has been a teams that were a 15th seed to beat a 2nd seed
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As of 2007, they have been in 39.
yes in 1993 they lost horribly to Louisville
The NBA (National Basketball Association) was founded in 1949 when BAA (Basketball Association of America) and NBL (National Basketball League) were combined. There were a total of 17 teams in this league.
Probably yes. SEC teams have won the last 6 BC national championship games. Big east teams have't been nearly as dominant in the NCAA tournament. Last 6 winners have included ACC (Duke, UNC), Big 12 (Kansas), and SEC (Florida). I'd agree that Big East is the best in college basketball though.
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Prior to 2012, 40 times.
University of Kentucky
The University of Michigan has been in the NCAA Tournament 23 times but 4 appearances have been vacated due to the scandal concerning a booster and the program. So the official number is 19.
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After all of the group stage matches have been played, the top two teams with the most points from each group advance to the knock out stage of the tournament. The two bottom teams from each group are eliminated from the tournament. The rest of the tournament is a single elimination knock out tournament where the last standing team is awarded the world cup.