In the current version of the Big 12 Conference Basketball Tournament, all 10 teams in the league qualify for the postseason bracket. The top six teams get a bye, and teams ranked 7-10 play in the first round. From the second round on, it is an eight team tournament.
Non Important Teams. NIT. Teams such as the University of Michigan attend this tournament if they're lucky. It's the little brother of the big dance (NCAA Tournament every March)
The NCAA tournament distributes money to conferences based upon how many games the member teams play in the tournament. Then the conference divides that money equally among the member teams. For participation in the tournament the NCAA gives teams a travel allowance for each game that they play, but the real money comes from their share of the conference money. For example the MVC received $2.95 million based upon its success between 2000-2005, whereas the Big 12 received $14.4 million. Teams that make it to the first round this year and lose receive $82,000 in travel money, and they receive more if they advance.
They won the tournament 4 times whenever the Big 12 was the Big 8. And they have won the tournament 9 times since the conference got renamed to the Big 12
I Want to say Indiana with 60 Being closest but who knows I'm not Into College Hoops
ACC has 12 teams, Big 12 12 teams, Big East 16 teams, Big Ten 11 teams, PAC 10 10 teams, and SEC 12 teams. So 73 teams for 2010-11 season.
Collingwood, Hawthorn, Geelong, Richmond, Essondon, Sydney Swans, Carlton, Bulldogs and so on.
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