Western Kentucky, Louisville, Kentucky University
3 schools louisville, Kentucky and western Kentucky
There were no schools from New Jersey represented in the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Kentucky Duke UNC UCLA
The schools that participate in the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship vary across the United States.
The five with the most losses (including the 2007 tournament) are: - Kentucky, 44 - North Carolina, 38 - Kansas, 35 - Louisville, 34 - UCLA, 33 Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Men%27s_Division_I_Basketball_Tournament_all-time_team_records
Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolian
It's the Big Ten Basketball Tournament Logo. It is each schools two main colors as if they were pennants in a circle. It also has a image of a basketball net (white lines) as if you were looking up through it.
The NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship, also known as March Madness, represents many schools across the United States. In 2014, for example, the Final Four included teams from Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, and Wisconsin.
University of Kentucky, North Carolina, and Kanss.
Rick Pitino has taken 3 different schools to the Final Four: Providence, Kentucky and Louisville. No one has ever taken 4 different teams to the Final Four.
In the 2013 NCAA men's basketball tournament, there were no schools from the following 19 states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming.
for mens bball it is Kentucky no ucla for womens college bball-Tennessse
More than they need they make around 3 million every time they play
There are 65 teams selected to play in the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament. 30 teams are selected by winning their conference tournaments. The Ivy League conference winner is also selected even though they don't have a conference tournament. The other 34 teams are selected by the NCAA selection committee. The selection committee is made up of ten athletic directors and conference commissioners from Division I men's and women's basketball. With a mix of Major and "mid-major" schools being represented. Generally, any team in the top 25 is assured a seed in the tournament. Many of the teams not assured of a spot in the tournement do not know if they will be selected until the selections are announced on TV on Selection Sunday. The women's tournament selection process is basically the same as the men's selection process.
Only five schools have failed to make a single NCAA Tournament since the NCAA adopted the "Division 1" format in 1947.Northwestern is the only "BCS" conference team to never reach the tournament. The other four schools are Army, William & Mary, Saint Francis NY and The Citadel.
1939 was the first NCAA tournament. The teams participating were: Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah State, Villanova, Brown, Wake Forest, Ohio State Ohio State and Oregon played in the Final with Oregon winning the first NCAA Tournament.
alot of schools have basketball b-cuz most kids freeakin love basketball YEAH!!
North Carolina, Kentucky, Kansas, UCLA, Indiana, Duke
Eddie Sutton was the first (and maybe the only) coach to do it. Creighton in 1974, Arkansas in 1977, Kentucky 1n 1986 and Oklahoma State in 1991. Tom Penders (Rhode Island, Texas, George Washington, Houston) and Rick Pitino (Boston, Providence, Kentucky, Louisville) have also done it.