The higher seed is considered the home team
No!!! They have been to the tourny 21 times and have made it to one Final Four!!
No. They've made it to the Sweet Sixteen three times but were defeated all three times.
In 2011, 2012 and 2013 the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men's basketball tournament included Marquette, Kansas, Ohio State andFlorida. Therefore, there is no "only team" to achieve this distinction.
Through 2013, Louisville has won three NCAA men's basketball titles (1980, 1986 and 2013). The school has made 10 trips to the Final Four and 20 to the Sweet 16. (The 20 appearances in the Sweet 16 excludes 1959 when there were only 15 teams invited to the tournament).
a NCAA record 42 times
Lebanon Valley College played in the 1953 tounament. The School had an enrollment of 435 students. The won their first round game Vs Fordum.
Names can be generated at random through the options menu of NCAA Football 08. You can also download it roster names from an Xbox friend.
Zero. The furthest Tennessee has advanced in the NCAA Tournament is the Sweet 16. Their last Sweet 16 appearance was in 2008. Tennessee, along with Miami (OH), have been to more NCAA Tournaments (17) than any other team in history, without advancing beyond the Sweet 16.
Carrollton, KY is actually the geographic center of of the Sweet 16 teams in the NCAA tournament.
This year, 2010, the Ohio State Buckeyes and Minnesota State Gophers played against each other. It was a very good game but unfortunately Ohio State won.
That depends on what you mean by NCAA. The Wisconsin Badgers have been to the NCAA Tournament 18 times. Their most recent appearance was in the Sweet Sixteen in 2012. The Badgers have not won the NCAA Tournament since 1941.
All three NCAA divisions were made in 1973.
Yes, there is a 3-point shot in NCAA basketball.
The NCAA first was founded on March 31, 1906 as IAAUS and later in 1910 was named NCAA. The NCAA is split into three divisions.
Cornell has never won the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. They made it to the Sweet Sixteen in 2010, losing to Kentucky, 62-45.