The schools that participate in the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship vary across the United States.
There were no schools from New Jersey represented in the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament.
1939 was the first NCAA tournament. The teams participating were: Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah State, Villanova, Brown, Wake Forest, Ohio State Ohio State and Oregon played in the Final with Oregon winning the first NCAA Tournament.
The first NCAA Basketball Tournament was held in 1939.
There was no 1933 NCAA Tournament. The first NCAA Tournament was in 1939 with Oregon beating Ohio State in the Finals.
Only five schools have failed to make a single NCAA Tournament since the NCAA adopted the "Division 1" format in 1947.Northwestern is the only "BCS" conference team to never reach the tournament. The other four schools are Army, William & Mary, Saint Francis NY and The Citadel.
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There are no home and visitors in the NCAA tournament. In the NCAA tournament, games are played in a set location determined by the committee.
3 schools louisville, Kentucky and western Kentucky
Duke won the 2001 NCAA tournament
Michigan State did not make the NCAA tournament in 1980 after winning the championship in 1979. Florida did not make the NCAA tournament in 2008 after winning the 2007 championship. North Carolina won the NCAA tournament in 2009 and will not make the tournament in 2010.
Duke beat Butler in the Men's NCAA Tournament. UCONN beat Stanford in the Women's NCAA Tournament.
They have made it to the tournament 43 times. And they have won 11 of the NCAA tournament championships.
The winner (and loser) of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament will have played 6 games in the tournament.
Richmond has been in the NCAA Tournament 9 Times
The Kentucky Wildcats won the NCAA basketball tournament in 1948.
The NCAA is in the middle of a 11 year $6 billion television rights deal with CBS for the NCAA tournament.
Eight teams took part in the 1939 NCAA Men's Division I basketball tournament. Oregon won the title and Ohio State was the runner-up. It was the first title game for both schools.
An at large bid is awarded to a team that makes the NCAA Tournament, but did not win their Conference Tournament.