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From 1979 (when seeds were first used) through 2013, the NCAA men's Basketball tournament Final Fours that have had at least one #1 seed is 91.4%. Only three times has the Final Four notincluded at least one #1 seed: 1980, 2006 and 2011. The titles in those years were won by a #2 seed, #3 seed and #3 seed respectively.

For the record, there has been only one year when all four #1 seeds made it to the Final Four. This was in 2008.

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Q: What percentage of number one seeds win NCAA Mens Basketball Championship?

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From 1979 - 2010, 54 no 1 seeds have made the final four. That's 42.2%

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From 1979 - 2010, 54 no 1 seeds have made the final four. That's 42.2%

Through 2012, only Arizona (1997) won the championship as a #4 seed. (There were no seeds prior to the 1979 tournament.)

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