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About The NCAA Tournament

NCAA Tournament tickets have been collected since 1939. Now, this may irk some University of Michigan fans, as well as some Big 10 followers, but we owe the existence of the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship to Harold Olsen, a former hoops coach at Ohio State University. That means the tournament, also known as “March Madness” or “The Big Dance,” is the creation of a Buckeye.

Although it colloquially called “March Madness” the tournament actually ends in April. In 2011, the tournament expanded from 65 to 68 teams. Automatic bids account for 31 entries—those are teams that won their respective conference tournaments (except for the Ivy League which doesn’t hold an end-of-the-year tourney). The other 37 teams enter the tournament via at-large bids. The selection of the at-large teams, as well as the seeding of all 68 teams (into four regions, the names of which vary by year), falls under the purview of the NCAA Selection Committee. Even so, most of the at-large bids go to high profile schools from major conferences.

The four lowest ranked at-large teams and the four lowest ranked automatic bids compete in what is called “The First Four.” The “four” refers to the number of games played not the amount teams. The First Four occurs between the selection of the teams on Sunday and the first Thursday of the tournament. The “First Four” teams don’t necessarily play to enter the field as 16th seeds; they may enter the bracket elsewhere. After the “First Four,” comes the Round of 64 (64 teams, 32 games) followed by the Round of 32 (32 teams, 16 games). The next three rounds are the Sweet Sixteen (16 teams, 8 games), the Elite Eight (8 teams, 4 games), and The Final Four (4 teams, 2 games). The tournament culminates in the National Championship Game.

The University of Oregon won the very first NCAA Tournament held in 1939 but fellow Pac-12 member UCLA holds the record for winning the most National Championships. The Bruins have 11 commemorative banners hanging in Pauley Pavilion. Ten of their titles were won during the tenure of head coach John Wooden. Kentucky is next with 8 championships followed by Indiana and North Carolina, each have five. The Duke Blue Devils have been crowned national champs four times all under the tutelage of head coach Mike Krzyzewski. Kansas and Connecticut have three titles to their credit.

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