12 (The Big East had 3 in 2009)
ACC - 4
Big East - 3
Big10 - 2
Pac10 - 1
Big12 - 1
SEC - 1
2009 - Big East (Pitt, UConn, Louisville)
2006 - Big East (Villanova, UConn)
2005 - ACC (Duke, UNC)
2003 - Big12 (Oklahoma, Texas)
2002 - ACC (Maryland, Duke)
2000 - Pac10 (Stanford, Arizona)
1998 - ACC (UNC, Duke)
1993 - Big10 (Indiana, Michigan)
1985 - Big East (Georgetown, St. John's)
1982 - ACC (UNC, UVA)
1980 - SEC (UK, LSU)
This is not as uncommon as one might think and has occurred on more than one occasion in the NCAA men's Basketball tournament. As of 2013, the most recent such occurrence was in 2009 when not just two but three #1 seeds were from the same conference: Louisville (the #1 overall seed), Pittsburgh and Connecticut-- all from the late Big East Conference.
Since 1979, when the tournament started seeding teams, five #2 seeds have won the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
1979, 1980, 1986, 1991, 1998, 2004, 2006, 2016, 2018
Through 2013, Baylor has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament seven times.
Kentucky has been in the NCAA men's basketball tournament a record 52 times through 2013.
NCAA Championship 1960 OSU They Have Won One
They have 4 titles.
Through 2013, Butler University has made appearances 12 years in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Temple has made it to the NCAA Tournament 28 times.
there are so many player in NCAA,who are u talking about.
The winner (and loser) of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will have played 6 games in the tournament.
Kansas State has never won the NCAA Basketball Tournament. farthest the have made it in the tournament was 1951 national championship game and lost 68-58
The 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament included teams from 31 states and the District of Columbia.
There were 53 teams in the 1984 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship (5 play-in games before the tournament).
Richmond has been in the NCAA Tournament 9 Times