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  • NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament History

    There might not be a better sports tournament on earth than the yearly NCAA tourney that has the men and women of college basketball engaging in a single-elimination bracket to crown a champion.

    From the opening round upsets, all the way to the Final Four, the NCAA Tournament is packed with emotion, heart and raw skills that go into every game. With the top high school basketball players in the nation no longer being able to skip the college game in order to enter the NBA, the NCAA tournament has benefited immensely from an improved talent pool and more heated competition.

    The bracket for the NCAA tourney, also widely known as “March Madness” due to the majority of the tournament taking place in the month of March and containing crazy upsets, is initially formed from the 31 Division I conferences. These 31 conferences receive automatic bids, with the remaining entrants into the tournament being awarded at-large berths.

    The intensity of a long, grueling season combined with the pressure of conference tournaments and Selection Sunday (the day of the final selection process), helps to build the excitement of the NCAA Tournament every year, and also offers storylines that mature throughout the tournament, adding to the climax of the tournament, the Final Four.

    While widely considered one of the purest championships in sports due to its large amount of upsets and unlikely bids to make the Final Four, the tournament was at one time completely dominated by UCLA (11 championships). Since UCLA’s last NCAA title in 1975, however, the tournament has been relatively wide open on a yearly basis.

    The Duke Blue Devils, backed by legendary head coach Mike Krzyzewski, or Coach K, have routinely made it into the “Big Dance”. In fact, Coach K’s Duke teams have made it to the NCAA men’s tournament every single year since 1983, save for one - when he coached only 12 games (the team went 9-3) in 1994 before taking the remainder of the season off to rest due to exhaustion and back surgery. On top of willing his teams into the tournament basically every year for the past 30 years, Krzyzewski has had great success in basketball’s most famous tourney, as well. Over the years, Duke has found its way to an incredible 12 Elite Eight appearances, eight national championship games, and has claimed four NCAA titles.

    While there are plenty of historic college basketball coaches worth discussing (Bob Knight, John Wooden and many more) that have helped turn the NCAA Tournament into "March Madness", it’s the more recent coaches that come to mind when you think of an ever-changing and always fresh tournament like March Madness. With that in mind, any fan of the NCAA tourney knows to never count out the Michigan State Spartans, who are led by their fiery yet balanced head coach, Tom Izzo.

    Izzo has just one NCAA basketball title to his name, but has had fantastic success in the tournament over the years. As Michigan State’s all-time winningest head coach, Izzo has led his Spartans to six Final Four appearances and two college basketball title games. However, of all of his college basketball accolades, the most impressive might be the fact that every four-year player he has coached has had the luxury of appearing in a Final Four under the tutelage of one of the game’s most heralded head coaches.

    While coaches like Mike Krzyzewski and Tom Izzo get the praise and big schools like Duke and Michigan State get the national spotlight, it’s the little guys that truly make March Madness go, and keep fans packing the seats year in and year out.

    Fans who have purchased NCAA Tournament tickets for the men’s field have seen history being made on an almost yearly basis. In terms of upsets, the field has gotten more competitive as the years have gone on, with two #13 seeds reaching the Elite Eight since 2006, three #15 seeds escaping the first round since 2001, and two #11 seeds (George Mason and VCU) reaching the Final Four since 2006. While the more prestigious teams like North Carolina, Duke and Kentucky for men’s basketball lead the way, the NCAA tourney has been and continues to be the stomping grounds for true, unbridled competition.

NCAA Tournament News Updates

3-27-17: The 2017 NCAA Tournament has boiled down to four schools, and Gonzaga, South Carolina, North Carolina and Oregon will each head to University of Phoenix Stadium looking to punch their ticket to next Monday’s championship game. The Zags head to their first-ever Final Four on the heels of an 83-59 routing of Xavier at SAP Center. They’ll face South Carolina, also making its first Final Four appearance in school history, in the earlier matchup on Saturday. North Carolina earned its way to Glendale on a game-winning jump shot from sophomore Luke Maye with three seconds remaining against Kentucky. The Tar Heels move on to face Oregon, who set to play in the Final Four for the first time since 1939. Gonzaga-South Carolina tips off at 6:09 pm EST on Saturday followed by North Carolina-Oregon at 8:49 pm EST.

3-14-17: The 2017 NCAA tournament seeds are finalized. Here are all 68 in order.

1. Villanova
2. Kansas
3. North Carolina
4. Gonzaga
5. Kentucky
6. Arizona
7. Duke
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9. Oregon
10. Florida Stat
e 11. UCLA
12. Baylor
13. Butler
14. Florida
15. West Virginia
16. Purdue
17. Virginia
18. Minnesota
19. Notre Dame
20. Iowa State
21. SMU
22. Cincinnati
23. Maryland
24. Creighton
25. Saint Mary’s
26. South Carolina
27. Michigan
28. Dayton
29. Wisconsin
30. Miami
31. Arkansas
32. Northwestern
33. Vanderbilt
34. Seton Hall
35. Michigan State
36. Virginia Tech
37. Oklahoma State
38. Wichita State
39. Marquette
40. VCU
41. Xavier
42. Providence
43. Wake Forest
44. Rhode Island
45. Southern Cal
46. Kansas State
47. Nevada
48. Middle Tennessee
49. UNC Wilmington
50. Princeton
51. Bucknell
52. East Tennessee State
53. Vermont
54. Winthrop
55. New Mexico State
56. Florida Gulf Coast
57. Kent State
58. Iona
59. Northern Kentucky
60. Troy
61. Jacksonville State
62. North Dakota
63. Texas Southern
64. South Dakota State
65. UC Davis
66. North Carolina Central
67. New Orleans
68. Mount St. Mary’s

3-11-17: Here's a look at NCAA Tournament ticket price data for the opening rounds of the 2017 tournament:

First Four: University of Dayton Arena - Dayton, OH - March 14 and 15

3/14-15 All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all four games): Avg. Price: $274  |  Get-in Price: $51

3/14 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $185  |  Get-in Price: $45

3/15 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $160  |  Get-in Price: $53

For fans looking to take in the action in Ohio at the onset of the tournament, it may be best to purchase an all sessions pass to the first four games. While it owns the most expensive average resale price among listed First Four ticket options, the cheapest available tickets start from just $51 each. That pass grants access to all four games over the two days, while individual day session tickets start from $45 each.

Rounds 1 & 2: New York, Wisconsin, Florida, Utah, South Carolina, Indiana, Oklahoma, California - March 16-19

The first round will start on March 16 at four locations. Those locations include KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York, Bradley Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Amway Center in Orlando, Florida and Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah. On March 17, four more locations will host Round 1 games, including Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indiana, BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California.

All eight hosting venues will each welcome a Round 2 game between March 18 and 19. Below is a price breakdown by venue for both rounds:

KeyBank Center - Buffalo, NY - March 16-18

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $542  |  Get-in Price: $285

3/16 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $154  |  Get-in Price: $58

3/16 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $165  |  Get-in Price: $65

3/18 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $264  |  Get-in Price: $131

Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI - March 16-18

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $605  |  Get-in Price: $284

3/16 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $155  |  Get-in Price: $66

3/16 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $178  |  Get-in Price: $67

3/18 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $274  |  Get-in Price: $129

Amway Center - Orlando, FL - March 16-18

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $518  |  Get-in Price: $214

3/16 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $139  |  Get-in Price: $35

3/16 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $154  |  Get-in Price: $52

3/18 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $198  |  Get-in Price: $67

Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City, UT - March 16-18

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $508  |  Get-in Price: $238

3/16 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $136  |  Get-in Price: $47

3/16 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $152  |  Get-in Price: $51

3/18 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $199  |  Get-in Price: $89

Bon Secours Wellness Arena - Greenville, SC - March 17-19

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $513  |  Get-in Price: $258

3/17 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $153  |  Get-in Price: $72

3/17 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $153  |  Get-in Price: $78

3/19 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $233  |  Get-in Price: $127

Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, IN - March 17-19

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $492  |  Get-in Price: $238

3/17 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $155  |  Get-in Price: $63

3/17 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $178  |  Get-in Price: $63

3/19 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $220  |  Get-in Price: $74

BOK Center - Tulsa, OK - March 17-19

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $354  |  Get-in Price: $171

3/17 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $125  |  Get-in Price: $35

3/17 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $133  |  Get-in Price: $38

3/19 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $186  |  Get-in Price: $58

Golden 1 Center - Sacramento, CA - March 17-19

All Sessions Pass (Includes access to all first and second round games): Avg. Price: $650  |  Get-in Price: $148

3/17 Session 1 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $174  |  Get-in Price: $73

3/17 Session 2 (Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $209  |  Get-in Price: $93

3/19 Session 3 (Round 2 Teams TBD): Avg. Price: $254  |  Get-in Price: $105

3-15-16: March Madness is officially upon us, and the 2016 NCAA Tournament kicks off tonight with the First Four matchups in Dayton, OH. Over the first and second rounds, which will run between Thursday and Sunday, Barclays Center in Brooklyn will own the most expensive All Sessions pass at an average price of $750.43 ($173 get-in) on the secondary market. Those passes will grant access to all games held there during the first two rounds of play. Among schools set to play in the East regional games in Brooklyn are #2 Xavier and #3 West Virginia as well as South regional schools in #2 Villanova and #7 Iowa. Other top-priced venues during the first and second rounds include the PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC, where the average resale price for an All Sessions pass is $707.33 ($275 get-in). East and Midwest teams will descend upon PNC Arena through the weekend, including #1 UNC and #8 USC out of the East and #1 Virginia and #8 Texas Tech out of the Midwest.

Conversely, the cheapest All Session Pass during the first and second round comes at Chesapeake Energy Center Oklahoma City, where tickets average $419.14 and the cheapest pass is $230. West Regional teams set to play there include #3 Texas A&M and #6 Texas as well as West regional teams #2 Oklahoma and #7 Oklahoma State.

Expect to pay bigger prices for 2016 NCAA Tournament tickets as the tournament stretches into Houston for the Final Four. As it stands now, an All Sessions Pass to the Final Four, which includes access to both games at NRG Stadium on April 2, owns a secondary market average of $1,384.59. The cheapest pass is listed for $300.

Below is the entire tournament bracket situated by region:

Midwest Region

Venues: PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC, Pepsi Center in Denver, CO, Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO.

1 Virginia
2 Michigan State
3 Utah
4 Iowa State
5 Purdue
6 Seton Hall
7 Dayton
8 Texas Tech
9 Butler
10 Syracuse
11 Gonzaga
12 Little Rock
13 Iona
14 Fresno State
15 MTSU
16 Hampton

West Region

Venues: Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, WA, Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI, Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, OK.

1 Oregon
2 Oklahoma
3 Texas A&M
4 Duke
5 Baylor
6 Texas
7 Oregon State
8 Saint Joseph's
9 Cincinnati
10 VCU
11 UNI
12 Yale
13 UNCW
14 Green Bay
15 CSU Bakersfield
16 TBD (FGCU/Fairleigh D'son)

East Region

Venues: PNC Arena in Raleigh, NC, Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO.

1 North Carolina
2 Xavier
3 West Virginia
4 Kentucky
5 Indiana
6 Notre Dame
7 Wisconsin
8 USC
9 Providence
10 Pittsburgh
11 TBD (Michigan/Tulsa)
12 Chattanooga
13 Stony Brook
14 Stephen F. Austin
15 Weber State
16 TBD (Holy Cross/Southern University)

South Region

Venues: Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, IA, Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena in Spokane, WA, Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

1 Kansas
2 Villanova
3 Miami
4 California
5 Maryland
6 Arizona
7 Iowa
8 Colorado
9 Connecticut
10 Temple
11 TBD (Vanderbilt/Wichita State)
12 South Dakota State
13 Hawaii
14 Buffalo
15 UNC Asheville
16 Austin Peay

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