many times i dont know exactly but duke and North Carolina is in same confrence if that tells you anything
The Big East had 3 teams in the Final Four in 1985: Georgetown, Villanova and St. John's.
No. All final four teams have been from different conferences, but not all 4.
Any given team will play every opposite conference team twice, and then they play ten in-conference teams four times (included in those ten is every team in that teams division) then then play the remaining four teams three times,(two from eachof the in-conference other division teams reamaining)
The "Final Four" are the four teams that win the regional championships in the NCAA basketball tournament, thus becoming the final four teams in the tournament.
The four teams in the 2010 NCAA final four are:DukeWest VirginiaButlerMichigan State
The Big East had 3 teams in the Final Four in 1959. California def. West Virginia (Big East) in the championship...Louisville (Big East) and Cincinnati (Big East) lost in the Final Four. (I don't know if those teams were in the Big East back in 1959, but they are currently)
The four teams in the final four (in 2008) come from Memphis, California, North Carolina, and Kansas.
Four teams per division
The Final Four are the last standing teams of March Madness in either NBA or NCAA basketball. There are two final games involving the Final Four, two games involving two of the Final Four teams. The two teams that win each of the Final Four games move on to the National Championship, the final game of the season (for NCAA).
16 teams total make the NBA playoffs, 8 teams from the Western Conference and 8 teams from the Eastern Conference. The teams with the eight best records in each conference will play in the playoffs. Division leaders are placed within the top four, and the next best record is also in the top four.
The four teams are Connecticut, Michigan State, Villanova and, North Carolina
The SEC has a total of 6. Four more than any other conference.