There is a complicated system to determine how much money teams get from the NCAA tournament. The money is based on how many sports the team plays, how many scholarships are given out and how well the school has done in the past six years. It is not based on rounds played but that does go into the system.
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.
There is no winning streak in the tournament as Ky the 2012 champion did not make the tournament this year.
They missed the tournament in 2010. Prior to that they missed in 2003.
newtest3.... your question does not make sense.
Street basketball players make whatever the tournament amount is when they enter. Typically, they don't make a lot of money per tournament, only around a couple hundreds to a couple thousands.
Five states are tied for that distinction. At the beginning of the tournament, the following states had four teams each in the tournament. Of those five states, two, Kentucky and Ohio, had teams make it to the Final Four.CaliforniaKentuckyNew YorkNorth CarolinaOhio
This statement needs to be in the past tense since it is several years since the 07-08 NCAA tournament, although they did not make the tournament. The winner in 2008 was Kansas.
22 years ago.
The NCAA is in the middle of a 11 year $6 billion television rights deal with CBS for the NCAA tournament.
Over the years the NCAA tournament has expanded to include more and more teams. Today, the total number of teams that make the tournament stands at 68.