(2020 NCAA Tournament Tickets
When it comes to the month of March nearly the entire nation will likely tune in to the NCAA Tournament, but only 76% of the US reserves the rights as home to the madness. Click a blue state to see where your state ranks among the rest in the US of NCAA Tournament.
Hosting by the Numbers
From 8 teams to 68 teams, the history of the NCAA Tournament Bracket has created one of the most complex brackets in all of sports. Use the arrows to construct each bracket and reveal totals for that brackets run as the NCAA Tournament Bracket.
Cinderella's, Coaching Icons, and unstoppable teams. There has been many feats of greatness during the NCAA Tournament but perhaps few as note worthy as ones referenced below. The Team, The Coach, The Podium - see which legacies will be remembered forever.
Championship Game Appearances 12 Kentucky/UCLA Tournament Appearances 54 Kentucky Consecutive Appearances 27 North Carolina (1975-2001) Consecutive Appearances (Active) 26 Kansas (1990-2015) Undefeated Champions 7 UCLA (1967-1973)
Oldest Winning Coach 68 Jim Calhoun, UConn (2011) Youngest Winning Coach 31 Emmett McCracken, Indiana (1940) Championship Wins 10 John Wooden, UCLA Consecutive Championship Wins 7 John Wooden, UCLA (1967-1973) Total Single Game Wins 91 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke
Championship Wins 11 UCLA Tournament Wins 124 Kentucky Championship Losses 6 Duke/Kansas Lowest Seeded Champion 8 Villanova Wildcats (1985) Most Successful Low Seed 15 Florida Gulf Coast (2013)
While the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is made up of players from all over the Country, only a select few get recognized as the Most Outstanding Player. Of the 76 players to receive the award, 60% of the Most Outstanding Players have come from just 20% of the United States.