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March 12, 2017

2017 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness) – the 68 teams: map, with team locations & 2015-16 average attendances listed.

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2017 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness) – the 68 teams: map, with team locations & 2015-16 average attendances listed




By Bill Turianski on 12 March 2017; twitter.com/billsportsmaps.

Links…
-Teams, etc…2017 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.
-Scores…Div I college bk scores (espn.go.com).

-From the FiveThirtyEight, The NCAA Is Modernizing The Way It Picks March Madness Teams
For 40 years, the selection process relied way too much on strength of schedule. Now the league is ready to rethink that system
(by Neil Paine on February 15 2017 at fivethirtyeight.com).

Below: articles on the five teams in 2017 that have qualified for March Madness for the first time (Jacksonville State, North Dakota, Northern Kentucky, Northwestern, UC-Davis)…
-From AL.com, Jacksonville State headed to NCAA tournament for first time after 66-55 win over UT-Martin (by Creg Stephenson on March 11 2017 at al.com).
-From the Grand Forks Herald, VIDEO: UND headed to Big Dance after OT win in Big Sky title game (by Wayne Nelson on March 12 2017 at grandforksherald.com/sports).
-From Deadspin.com, Northern Kentucky Makes NCAA Tournament In First Season Of Eligibility (by Patrick Redford on March 8 2017 at deadspin.com).
-From SI.com, Watch: Northwestern fans react to first-ever NCAA tournament bid (March 12 at si.com).
-From the Sacramento Bee, UC Davis men’s basketball team earns first trip to NCAA Tournament (by Joseph D’Hippolito on March 11 2017 at sacbee.com/sports).

    Teams which qualified for the 2017 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament [aka March Madness]

Listed by: Name. Conference. Location of arena(s)…
Arizona Wildcats. Pac-12. Tucson, AZ.
Arkansas Razorbacks. SEC. Fayetteville, AR.
Baylor Bears. Big 12. Waco, TX.
Bucknell Bison. Patriot League. Lewisburg, PA.
Butler Bulldogs. Big East. Indianapolis, IN.
Cincinnati Bearcats. American Athletic. Cincinnati, OH.
Creighton Bluejays. Big East. Omaha, NE.
Dayton Flyers. Atlantic 10. Dayton, OH.
Duke Blue Devils. ACC. Durham, NC.
East Tennessee State Buccaneers. Southern. Johnson City, TN.
Florida Gators. SEC. Gainesville, FL.
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles. Atlantic Sun. Ft. Myers, FL.
Florida State Seminoles. ACC. Tallahassee, FL.
Gonzaga Bulldogs. West Coast. Spokane, WA.
Iona Gaels. Metro Atlantic (MAAC). New Rochelle, NY.
Iowa State Cyclones. Big 12. Ames, IA.
Jacksonville State Gamecocks. Ohio Valley. Jacksonville, FL.
Kansas Jayhawks. Big 12. Lawrence, KS.
Kansas State Wildcats. Big 12. Manhattan, KS.
Kent State Golden Flashes. Mid-American. Kent, OH.
Kentucky Wildcats. SEC. Lexington, KY.
Louisville Cardinals. ACC. Louisville, KY.
Marquette Golden Eagles. Big East. Milwaukee, WI.
Maryland Terrapins. Big Ten. College Park, MD.
Miami Hurricanes. ACC. Coral Gables, FL.
Michigan Wolverines. Big 10. Ann Arbor, MI.
Michigan State Spartans. Big 10. East Lansing, MI.
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. Conference-USA. Murfreesboro, TN.
Minnesota Golden Gophers. Big Ten. Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.
Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers. Northeast. Emmitsburg, MD.
Nevada Wolf Pack. Mountain West. Reno, NV.
New Mexico State Aggies. WAC. Las Cruces, NM.
New Orleans Privateers. Southland. New Orleans, LA.
North Carolina Tar Heels. ACC. Chapel Hill, NC.
North Carolina Central Eagles. MEAC. Durham, NC.
North Dakota Fighting Hawks. Big Sky. Grand Forks, ND.
Northern Kentucky Norse. Horizon. Highland Heights, KY.
Northwestern Wildcats. Big Ten. Evanston, IL.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish. ACC. Notre Dame, IN.
Oklahoma State Cowboys. Big 12. Stillwater, OK.
Oregon Ducks. Pac-12. Eugene, OR.
Princeton Tigers. Ivy League. Princeton, NJ.
Providence Friars. Big East. Providence, RI.
Purdue Boilermakers. Big Ten. West Lafayette, IN.
Rhode Island Rams. Atlantic-10. Kingston, RI.
St. Mary’s Gaels. WCC. Moraga, CA.
Seton Hall Pirates. Big East. East Orange, NJ/Newark, NJ.
South Carolina Gamecocks. SEC. Columbia, SC.
South Dakota State Jackrabbits. Summit. Brookings, SD.
Southern Methodist University [SMU] Mustangs. American Ath. Conf. Dallas, TX.
Texas Southern Tigers. SWAC. Houston, TX.
Troy Trojans. Sun Belt. Troy, AL.
UNC-Wilmington Seahawks. Colonial (CAA). Wilmington, NC.
UC-Davis Aggies. Big West. Davis, CA.
UCLA Bruins. Pac-12. Los Angeles, CA.
USC Trojans. Pac-12. Los Angeles, CA.
Vanderbilt Commodores. SEC. Nashville, TN.
Vermont Catamounts. America East. Burlington, VT.
Villanova Wildcats. Big East. Villanova, PA / Philadelphia, PA.
Virginia Cavaliers. ACC. Charlottesville, VA.
Virginia Commonwealth University [VCU] Rams. Atlantic 10. Richmond, VA.
Virginia Tech Hokies. ACC. Blacksburg, VA.
Wake Forest Demon Deacons. ACC. Winston-Salem, NC.
West Virginia Mountaineers. Big 12. Morgantown, WV.
Wichita State Shockers. Missouri Valley. Wichita, KS.
Winthrop Eagles. Big South. Rock Hill, SC.
Wisconsin Badgers. Big Ten. Madison, WI.
Xavier Musketeers. Big East. Cincinnati, OH.
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Thanks to AMK1211 for blank map of USA, ‘File:Blank US Map with borders.svg”>File:Blank US Map with borders.svg‘ (commons.wikimedia.org).
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament’.

Thanks to NCAA for attendance figures, from 2016 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE (For All NCAA Men’s Varsity Teams) [pdf].

March 13, 2016

2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2015 average attendances listed.

Filed under: NCAA Men's Basketball — admin @ 10:54 pm

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2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2015 average attendances listed




Links
-Teams, etc…2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament.
-Scores…Div I college bk scores (espn.go.com).
By Bill Turianski on 13 March 2016; twitter.com/billsportsmaps.

    Teams which qualified for the 2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament [aka March Madness]

Listed by: Name. Conference. Location of arena(s)

Arizona Wildcats. Pac-12. Tucson, AZ.
Arkansas-Little Rock Trojans. Sun Belt. Little Rock, AR.
Austin Peay Governors. Ohio Valley. Clarksville, TN.
Baylor Bears. Big 12. Waco, TX.
Buffalo Bulls. Mid-American. Buffalo, NY.
Butler Bulldogs. Big East. Indianapolis, IN.
California Golden Bears. Pac-12. Berkeley, CA.
Cal State-Bakersfield Roadrunners. WAC. Bakersfield, CA.
Chattanooga Mocs. Southern. Chattanooga, TN.
Cincinnati Bearcats. American Athletic. Cincinnati, OH.
Colorado Buffaloes. Pac-12. Boulder, CO.
Connecticut Huskies. American. Storrs, CT / Hartford, CT.
Dayton Flyers. Atlantic 10. Dayton, OH.
Duke Blue Devils. ACC. Durham, NC.
Fairleigh Dickinson Knights. Northeast. Hackensack, NJ.
Florida Gulf Coast Eagles. Atlantic Sun. Fort Myers, FL.
Fresno State Bulldogs. Mountain West. Fresno, CA.
Green Bay Phoenix. Horizon. Green Bay, WI.
Gonzaga Bulldogs. West Coast. Spokane, WA.
Hampton Pirates. Mid-Eastern. Hampton, VA.
Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. Big West. Honolulu, HI.
Holy Cross Crusaders. Patriot. Worcester, MA.
Indiana Hoosiers. Big Ten. Bloomington, IN.
Iona Gaels. Metro Atlantic. New Rochelle, NY.
Iowa Hawkeyes. Big Ten. Iowa City, IA.
Iowa State Cyclones. Big 12. Ames, IA.
Kansas Jayhawks. Big 12. Lawrence, KS.
Kentucky Wildcats. SEC. Lexington, KY.
Maryland Terrapins. ACC. College Park, MD.
Miami Hurricanes. ACC. Coral Gables, FL.
Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. Conference-USA. Murfreesboro, TN.
Michigan Wolverines. Big 10. Ann Arbor, MI.
Michigan State Spartans. Big 10. East Lansing, MI.
North Carolina Tar Heels. ACC. Chapel Hill, NC.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish. ACC. Notre Dame, IN.
Oklahoma Sooners, Big 12, Norman, OK.
Oregon Ducks. Pac-12. Eugene, OR.
Oregon State Beavers. Pac-12. Corvallis, OR.
Pittsburgh Panthers. ACC. Pittsburgh, PA.
Providence Friars. Big East. Providence, RI.
Purdue Boilermakers. Big 10. West Lafayette, IN.
Saint Joseph’s Hawks, Atlantic 10. Philadelphia, PA.
Seton Hall Pirates. Big East. Newark, NJ (campus: South Orange, NJ).
South Dakota State Jackrabbits. Summit. Brookings, SD.
Southern University Jaguars. Southwestern. Baton Rouge, LA.
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. Southland. Nacogdoches, TX.
Stony Brook Seawolves. America East. Stony Brook, Long Island, NY.
Syracuse Orange, ACC. Syracuse, NY.
Temple Owls. American. Philadelphia, PA.
Texas Longhorns. Big 12. Austin, TX.
Texas A&M Aggies. Big 12. College Station, TX.
Texas Tech Red Raiders. Big 12. Lubbock, TX.
Tulsa Golden Hurricanes. American. Tulsa, OK.
UNC-Asheville Bulldogs. Big South. Asheville, NC.
UNC-Wilmington Seahawks. Colonial Athletic. Wilmington, NC.
University of Northern Iowa Panthers. Missouri Valley. Cedar Falls, IA.
University of Southern California Trojans. Pac-12. Los Angeles, CA.
Utah Utes. Pac-12. Salt Lake City, UT.
Vanderbilt Commodores. SEC. Nashville, TN.
Villanova Wildcats. Big East. Villanova, PA / Philadelphia, PA.
Virginia Cavaliers. ACC. ACC. Charlottesville, VA.
Virginia Commonwealth University Rams. Atlantic 10. Richmond, VA.
Weber State Wildcats. Big Sky. Ogden, UT.
West Virginia Mountaineers. Big 12. Morgantown, WV.
Wichita State Shockers. Missouri Valley. Wichita, KS.
Wisconsin Badgers. Big Ten. Madison, WI.
Xavier Musketeers. Big East. Cincinnati, OH.
Yale Bulldogs. Ivy League. New Haven, CT.
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Thanks to Lokal_Profil for blank map, File:Blank USA, w territories.svg (commons.wikimedia.org).
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2016 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament’.

Thanks to NCAA for attendance figures, from ncaa.com/mbb_attendance.pdf.

March 15, 2015

2015 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2014 average attendances listed.

Filed under: NCAA Men's Basketball — admin @ 11:04 pm

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2015 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2014 average attendances listed




#1 Seeds for the 2015 Tournament are: Kentucky Wildcats (#1 overall), Villanova Wildcats (#1/#2 overall), Duke Blue Devils (#1/#3 overall), Wisconsin Badgers (#1/#4 overall).

Teams making their tournament debuts: Buffalo Bulls, North Florida Ospreys, UC-Irvine Anteaters.

-Dabo Sweeney, who is paid over $3 million a year to coach student-athletes at Clemson, on why student-athletes should not be paid…”As far as paying players, professionalizing college athletics, that’s where you lose me. I’ll go do something else because there’s enough entitlement in this world as it is.”
-Less than 2 percent of student-athletes in college football and college basketball turn pro.
-The term “student-athlete” was created by the NCAA in the 1950s to avoid paying worker’s compensation for injured players.
From Gothamist, from 16 March 2015, posted by …Video: John Oliver Says NCAA Is Running “Sweatshop” For Not Paying Student Athletes (20:54 video from the March 15 2015 edition of Last Week Tonight, hosted by John Oliver, posted by Jen Chung at gothamist.com).

Qualified teams (alphabetically) -
Listed below by: Name (Conference), Location [of basketball arena].
UAB [University of Alabama-Birmingham] Blazers (C-USA), Birmingham, AL.
Albany Great Danes (America East), Guilderland [Greater Albany], NY.
Arizona Wildcats (Pac-12), Tucson, AZ.
Arkansas Razorbacks (SEC), Fayetteville, AR.
Baylor Bears (Big 12), Waco, TX.
Belmont Bruins (Ohio V.), Nashville, TN.
Boise State Broncos (Mtn. W), Boise, ID.
Buffalo Bulls (MAC), Buffalo, NY.
Butler Bulldogs (Big East), Indianapolis, IN.
BYU [Brigham Young Univ.] (WCC), Provo, UT.
Cincinnati Bearcats (American C), Cincinnati, OH.
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (Big South), Conway, SC.
Davidson Wildcats (Atl.-10), Davidson, NC.
Dayton Flyers (Atl.-10), Dayton, OH.
Duke Blue Devils (ACC), Durham, NC.
Eastern Washington Eagles (Big Sky), Cheney [Greater Spokane], WA.
Georgetown Hoyas (ACC), Washington, DC.
Georgia Bulldogs (SEC), Athens, GA.
Georgia State Panthers (Sun Belt), Atlanta, GA.
Gonzaga Bulldogs (WCC), Spokane, WA.
Hampton Pirates (MEAC), Hampton [Greater Norfolk], VA.
Harvard Crimson (Ivy League), Cambridge, MA [arena in Boston, MA].
Indiana Hoosiers (Big Ten), Bloomington, IN.
Iowa Hawkeyes (Big 12), Iowa City, IA.
Iowa State Cyclones (Big 12), Ames, IA.
Kansas Jayhawks (Big 12), Lawrence, KS.
Kentucky Wildcats (SEC), Lexington, KY.
Lafayette Leopards (Patriot), Easton, PA.
Louisville Cardinals (ACC), Louisville, KY.
LSU [Louisiana St. Univ.] Tigers(SEC), Baton Rouge, LA.
Manhattan Jaspers (MAAC), The Bronx, NYC, NY.
Maryland Terrapins (Big Ten), College Park, MD.
Michigan State Spartans (Big Ten), East Lansing, MI.
Mississippi [Ole Miss] Rebels (SEC), Oxford, MS.
New Mexico State Aggies (WAC), Las Cruces, NM.
North Carolina Tar Heels (ACC), Chapel Hill, NC.
North Carolina State Wolf Pack (ACC), Raleigh, NC
North Dakota State Bison (Summit), Fargo, ND.
North Florida Ospreys (Atl. Sun), Jacksonville, FL.
Northeastern Huskies (CAA), Boston, MA.
U. Northern Iowa [UNI] Panthers (Missouri Valley C), Cedar Falls, IA.
North Florida Ospreys (Atlantic Sun), Jacksonville, FL.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish (ACC), Notre Dame [Greater South Bend], IN.
Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten), Columbus, OH.
Oklahoma Sooners (Big 12), Norman, OK.
Oklahoma State Cowboys (Big 12), Stillwater, OK.
Oregon Ducks (Pac-12), Eugene, OR.
Providence Friars (Big East), Providence, RI.
Purdue Boilermakers (Big Ten), West Lafayette, IN.
Robert Morris Colonials (NEC), Moon Township [Greater Pittsburgh], PA.
San Diego Aztecs (Mtn. W), San Diego, CA.
St. John’s Red Storm (Big East), Queens, NYC, NY.
SMU [Southern Methodist Univ.] Mustangs (American C), Dallas, TX.
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (Southland), Nacogdoches, TX.
Texas Longhorns (Big 12), Austin, TX.
Texas Southern Tigers (SWAC), Houston, TX.
UCLA [Univ. of California-Los Angeles] Bruins (Pac-10), Los Angeles, CA.
Utah Utes (Pac-12), Salt Lake City, UT.
Valparaiso Crusaders [aka 'Valpo'] (Horizon), Valparaiso, IN.
Villanova Wildcats (Big East), Villanova, PA.
Virgina Cavaliers (ACC), Charlottesville, VA.
Virginia Commonwealth U [VCU] Rams (Atl. 10), Richmond, VA.
West Virginia Mountaineers (Big 12), Morgantown, WV.
Wichita State Shockers (Missouri Valley C), Wichita, KS.
Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten), Madison, WI.
Wofford Terriers (Southern), Spartanburg, SC.
Wyoming Cowboys (Mtn. W), Laramie, WY.
Xavier Musketeers (Big East), Cincinnati, OH.
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Attendance figures from, http://www.ncaa.org/championships/statistics/ncaa-mens-basketball-attendance.
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Thanks to Lokal_Profil for blank map, File:Blank USA, w territories.svg (commons.wikimedia.org).
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2015 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament’.

November 15, 2014

NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball – map of the top 100 drawing teams, 2013-14 season (home games, regular season): #1 Syracuse; #2 Kentucky; #3 Louisville.

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NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball – map of the top 100 drawing teams, 2013-14 season



Source of data for map…2014 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE [pdf].

My first version of this map can be seen here, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball – The top 100 drawing teams, 2009-10 season (home games, regular season).

That was four years ago. Since then, 10 different teams have cracked the top 100: #68th-highest-drawing Weber State Wildcats, #69th-highest-drawing Boise State Broncos, #72th-highest-drawing Northwestern Wildcats, #77th-highest-drawing UMass Minutemen, #86th-highest-drawing Richmond Spiders, #90th-highest-drawing Indiana State Sycamores, #93rd-highest-drawing Miami Hurricanes, #95th-highest-drawing SMU Mustangs, #97-highest-drawing Southern Illinois Salukis, and #100th-highest-drawing Wyoming Cowboys. Teams that just missed the top 100 for 2013-14: Stanford (5,111), Toledo (5,002), TCU (4,955), George Mason (4,916), Illinois State (4,842).

And of a more front-page-type bit of news, there is a new #1-drawing college basketball team in Division I…
The Syracuse Orange of Syracuse, New York (metro-area population: 662,000 {2010 figure). The Orange’s basketball team has supplanted the University of Kentucky Wildcats (of Lexington, Kentucky) as the top draw in college hoops. Syracuse last led the nation in college basketball attendance in 2005. But in 17 of the 18 previous seasons (1996-2004; 2006-13), Kentucky has led in attendance. Kentucky had also led in attendance during the 1977 to 1984 time period (8 seasons), with Syracuse (after the Carrier Dome had opened in Sept. 1980) then leading in the 1985 to 1995 time period (10 seasons). {See this, NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Attendance Leaders Year by -Year (1970-2014) [pdf].}

Syracuse averaged 26,253 in the 2013-14 NCAA Division I regular season. They increased their home crowds by 3,813 per game (or by 16.9%) compared to the previous season (2012-13). That actually was not the largest numerical increase in crowd size in Division I basketball – that was by the Nebraska Cornhuskers, who increased their average attendance by 5,063 per game (or 48.8%), and were the 13th highest-drawing college bk team {see this list of biggest increases on page 2 of that pdf from the ncaa.org}. Nebraska were also one of the eight teams in the top-100-draws who played to full-capacity last season, and on the list at the far right of the map page, those 8 teams have an asterisk next to their attendance figure (the list of the 8 teams who played to full-capacity at their arenas last season can be found at the foot of this post).

Syracuse’s attendance increase (of 16.9% or +3,813) certainly was aided by a strong Syracuse team and a long winning streak, but it is more attributable to Syracuse’s shift from the now-mid-major Big East Conference into the basketball power that is the Atlantic Coast Conference (the ACC). To see the proof of that, just look at the gate figures for some of Syracuse’s in-conference games last season at the Carrier Dome (capacity 35,446 for basketball), 2013-14 being the Syracuse Orange’s inaugural season in the ACC…
- 32,121 in attendance for the Oranges’ Jan. 11 2014 game vs. the North Carolina Tar Heels (in ACC) (57-45, Syr.);
- 30,046 in attendance for the Oranges’ Jan. 18 2014 game vs. the Pitt Panthers (also now in ACC) (59-54, Syr.);
- 35,466 (capacity sell-out crowd/NCAA record) in attendance for the Orange’s Feb. 1 2014 game vs. the Duke Blue Devils (in ACC) (91-89/OT, Syr.);
- 31,572 in attendance for the Orange’s Feb. 15 2014 game vs. the NC State Wolf Pack (in ACC) (56-55, Syr.).
- Note: other high-drawing games at the Carrier Dome last season: 28,135 for Villanova (in Big East); 26,766 for Georgia Tech (in ACC); 26,716 for Boston College (in ACC since 2005); 26,414 for Indiana (in Big Ten). {attendances from Syracuse Orange men’s basketball team/Schedule (en.wikipedia.org).

Syracuse flamed out in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (losing to Dayton), but they had a good run and filled a heck of a lot of seats last season, and it is starting to look like being in the ACC will give a real boost to the whole Syracuse athletics program.

The Kentucky Wildcats were #2 in attendance in Division I basketball for 2013-14. The Wildcats saw a slight decrease from the previous season of -135 per game (or -0.6%). Kentucky drew 23,964 per game in 2013-14, and had drawn 23,099 per game in 2012-13. The Kentucky Wildcats’ great drawing-power is rather remarkable for a city – Lexington, KY – that has a metro-area population of only 185,000 {2013 figure}.

The Louisville Cardinals were #3 in attendance in Division I (at 21,282 per game), once again making it two of the top 3-highest-drawing venues in college basketball located in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. From the Louisville Courier-Journal, from 19 June 2014, by Jonathan Lintner, Syracuse tops UK in basketball attendance; [Kentucky second;] U of L third (courier-journal.com/story/sports/college).

Here are the 8 teams in the top-100 who played to full capacity in 2013-14:
#9-drawing Kansas Jayhawks, who played to 100.8 percent-capacity, drawing 16,437 per game at the 16,300-capacity Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas.
#13-drawing Nebraska Cornhuskers, who played to 101.7 percent-capacity, drawing 15,419 per game at the 15,147 Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska.
#18-drawing Michigan State Spartans, who played to 100.0 percent-capacity, drawing 14,797 per game at the Breslin Center in East Lansing, Michigan.
#28-drawing San Diego State Aztecs, who played to 100.0 percent-capacity, drawing 12,414 per game at the Viejas Arena in San Diego, California.
#36-drawing Wichita State Shockers, who played to 102.1 percent-capacity, drawing 10,732 per game at the 10,506-capacity Charles Koch Arena in Wichita, Kansas.
#46-drawing Duke Blue Devils, who played to 100.0 percent-capacity, drawing 9,314 per game at the Cameron Indoor Arena in Durham, North Carolina.
#62-drawing VCU Rams, who played to 100.6 percent-capacity, drawing 7,741 per game at the 7,693-capacity Stuart C. Siegel Center in Richmond, Virginia.
#87-drawing Gonzaga Bulldogs, who played to 100.0 percent-capacity, drawing 6,000 per game at the McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Washington.
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Thanks to AMK1211 for blank map of USA, ‘File:Blank US Map with borders.svg”>File:Blank US Map with borders.svg‘ (commons.wikimedia.org).

Thanks to ncaa.org for 2014 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE [pdf].

Thanks to Sports Logos screensavers for some of the logos, sports-logos-screensavers.com/NationalCollegiateAthleticsAssociation. Thanks to ESPN site for some of the logos (the often-hard-to-find type, with a transparent background), such as at espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/team/_/id/113/massachusetts-minutemen.

Thanks to the contributors at the en.wikipedia.org college teams pages, such as Syracuse Orange men’s basketball.

March 16, 2014

2014 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2013 average attendances listed.

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2014 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2013 average attendances listed




This is the 76th NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness). The Final Four will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington [Greater Dallas], Texas from April 7th to the 9th; with the Final on April 9. There are two teams that are making tournament debuts – the North Carolina Central Eagles, of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (a conference comprised of schools which are historically black colleges), who are from Durham, NC; and the Cal Poly Mustangs, of the Big West Conference, who are from San Luis Obispo, California – which is about midway between Los Angeles and the Bay Area, near the Pacific coast, and about 70 miles north of Santa Barbara.

Below are the 2 best sites for March Madness scores, game reports, info, etc. -

ESPN – College BK/ home.

CBSsports.com/College BK.

Qualified teams (alphabetically) -
Listed below by: Name (Conference), Location.
Albany Great Danes (America East), Guilderland [Greater Albany], NY.
American University Eagles (Patriot), Washington, DC.
Arizona Wildcats (Pac-12), Tucson, AZ.
Arizona State Sun Devils (Pac-12), Tempe [Greater Phoenix], AZ.
Baylor Bears (Big 12), Waco, TX.
BYU [Brigham Young University] Cougars (West Coast), Provo, UT.
Cal Poly Mustangs (Big West), San Luis Obispo, CA.
Cincinnati Bearcats (The American), Cincinnati,OH.
Coastal Carolina Chanticleers (Big South), Conway, SC.
Colorado Buffaloes (Pac-12), Boulder, CO.
Connecticut [UCONN] Huskies (The American), Storrs, CT [& Hartford, CT].
Creighton Bluejays (Big East), Omaha, NE.
Dayton Flyers (Atlantic 10), Dayton, OH.
Delaware Blue Hens (Colonial), Newark, DE.
Duke Blue Devils (ACC), Durham, NC.
Eastern Kentucky Colonels (Ohio Valley), Richmond, KY.
Florida Gators (SEC), Gainesville, FL.
George Washington Colonials (Atlantic 10), Washington, DC.
Kansa Jayhawks (Big 12), Lawrence, KS
Kansas State (Big 12), Manhattan, KS.
Kentucky Wildcats (SEC), Lexington, KY.
Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns (Sun Belt), Lafayette, LA.
Louisville Cardinals (The American), Louisville, KY.
Manhattan Jaspers (MAAC), Riverdale, The Bronx, NYC, NY.
Massachusetts [UMass] Minutemen (Atlantic 10), Amherst, MA.
Memphis Tigers (The American), Memphis, TN.
Mercer Bears (Atlantic Sun), Macon, GA.
Michigan Wolverines (Big Ten), Ann Arbor, MI.
Michigan State Spartans (Big Ten), Lansing, MI.
Milwaukee Panthers (Horizon), Milwaukee, WI.
Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers (Northeast), Emmitsburg, MD.
Nebraska Cornhuskers (Big Ten), Lincoln, NE.
New Mexico Lobos (Mountain West), Albuquerque, NM.
New Mexico State Aggies (WAC), Las Cruces, NM.
North Carolina Tar Heels (ACC), Chapel Hill, NC.
North Carolina Central Eagles (MEAC), Durham, NC.
North Carolina State Wolfpack (ACC), Raleigh, NC.
North Dakota State Bison (Summit), Fargo, ND.
Ohio State Buckeyes (Big Ten), Columbus, OH.
Oklahoma State Cowboys (Big 12), Stillwater, OK.
Oklahoma Sooners (Big 12), Norman, OK.
Oregon Ducks (Pac-12), Eugene, OR.
Pitt [Pittsburgh] Panthers (ACC), Pittsburgh, PA.
Providence Friars (Big East), Providence, RI.
Saint Joseph’s Hawks (Atlantic 10), Philadelphia, PA.
Saint Louis Billikins (Atlantic 10), St. Louis, MO.
San Diego State Aztecs (Mountain West), San Diego,CA.
Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (Southland), Nacogdoches, TX.
Stanford Cardinal (Pac-12), Palo Alto, CA.
Syracuse Orange (ACC), Syracuse, NY.
Tennessee Volunteers (SEC), Knoxville, TN.
Texas Longhorns (Big 12), Austin, TX.
Texas Southern Tigers (SWAC), Houston, TX.
Tulsa Golden Hurricane (Conf-USA), Tulsa, OK.
UCLA Bruins (Pac-12), Los Angeles, CA.
VCU [Virgina Commonwealth University] Rams (Atlantic 10), Richmond, VA.
Villanova Wildcats (Big East), Villanova, PA.
Virginia Cavaliers (ACC), Charlottesville, VA.
Weber State Wilcats (Big Sky), Ogden, UT.
Western Michigan Broncos (MAC), Kalamazoo, MI.
Wichita State Shockers (Missouri Valley), Wichita, KS.
Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten), Madison, WI.
Wofford Terriers (Southern), Spartanburg, SC.
Xavier Musketeers (Big East), Cincinnati, OH.

Attendance figures from, http://www.ncaa.org/championships/statistics/ncaa-mens-basketball-attendance.
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Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2014 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament’.
Thanks very much to Chris Dobbertean at http://www.sbnation.com/authors/chris-dobbertean and at bloggingthebracket.com.
Thanks to all the folks who found mistakes on the map at http://www.reddit.com/r/CollegeBasketball/comments/20l6of/map_of_the_field_of_68_by_location/.

March 17, 2013

2013 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, with team locations / Plus 2011 and 2012 average attendances listed.

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2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament map – 68 teams

NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament bids by school‘ (en.wikipedia.org).


This is the 75th NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Final Four will be played in the Georgia Dome, in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 6th, with the final on April 8th. There is one team that is making its tournament debut – the Florida Gulf Coast Eagles of Fort Myers, Florida, who won the Atlantic Sun Conference.

Below are the 2 best sites for March Madness scores, game reports, info, etc. -

ESPN – College BK/ home.

CBSsports.com/College BK.

On the map page, all 68 teams who qualified for the 2013 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament [aka March Madness] are shown. At the far right of the map page are all 68 teams listed alphabetically, with location of their home venue listed, plus their Conference is also noted. At the far right of the map page are the 68 teams’ home attendance data, with 2010-11 average attendance, 2011-12 average attendance, and percent-change from 10/11 to 11/12 [NCAA does not release the current seasons' attendance figures until late April or early May each year]. The asterisks mean that team played to 100%-capacity or above for that season.

There are 5 Division I teams that played to 100 percent-capacity or higher last season, and 4 of them made the 2013 tournament (but the highest-drawing team – the Kentucky Wildcats, did not [Kentucky are perennially the highest-drawing college basketball team in the country (at around 23.5K or so, year- in/year-out, and at 23,721 per game and 100.9 percent-capacity last season)].

Since 2002-03, the Kansas Jayhawks have always sold out their 16,300-capacity Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas, and since 2007-08 have sold a a good deal of standing-room-only tickets – last season they drew 16,445 per game for a 100.8 percent-capacity. Kansas, incidentally, have the longest current tournament-qualification-streak – at 24 straight seasons in the tournament (since 1990).

The Michigan State Spartans have been playing to sell-outs at the 14,797-capacity Breslin Center in East Lansing, Michigan since the 1999-2000 season, and most likely also in 2012-13, so let’s call it 14 straight seasons of playing to full capacity for the Spartans at 14,797 per game and a 100.0 percent-capacity.

The Duke Blue Devils are rolling in the endowment money and thus have no reason to expand the capacity of their home venue in Durham, North Carolina because the 9,314-capacity Cameron Indoor Stadium gives them a home-court-atmosphere and an advantage that is the envy of most other college basketball programs. So the third-most-endowed university in the USA is quite happy with the 9,314 average attendance figure and that 100.0 percent-capacity figure that they draw every year – every year since 1988-89, the first season after renovations there increased the capacity of Cameron Indoor Stadium from 8,800 (seated) to 9,314 [in the renovation of 1987-88].

The Gonzaga Bulldogs also boast a real home court advantage in their always-sold-out 6,000-capacity McCarthey Athletic Center in Spokane, Washington; last season, the Gonzaga Bulldogs men’s basketball team finally started selling SRO tickets and ended up drawing 6,212 per game for a 103.5 percent-capacity.

The closest any other teams, which qualified for the 2013 tournament, came to a 100% home capacity in their home games last season were (I am pretty sure): the Wisconsin Badgers (at 99.7 percent-capacity); the Wichita State Shockers (at 98.9 percent-capacity); the Louisville Cardinals (at 97.7 percent-capacity); and the San Diego Aztecs (at 97.4 percent-capacity).
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Thanks to Chris Dobbertean at the Blogging the Bracket site, for bracket forecasts throughout February and early March – http://www.bloggingthebracket.com/.

Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2013 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament‘ .

Thanks to NCAA.org, for the 2010-11 attendance figures {pdf}, ‘http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/pdfs/2011/2011+ncaa+mens+basketball+attendance+full+report‘; and the 2011-12 attendance figures {pdf}, ‘http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/pdfs/2012/2012+ncaa+mens+basketball+attendance‘.

Team logos from each team’s page at en.wikipedia.org, except for La Salle Explorers’ logo from cbssports.com; Montana Grizzlies’ logo from GoGriz.com; and Temple logo from temple.edu.

March 11, 2012

2012 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – the 68 teams – map, team locations and conferences listed / Plus 2010-11 average attendances listed.

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The 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is the 74th edition of what has become known as March Madness. The competition began in 1939, with an 8-team field, and was won by the Oregon Ducks, who beat the Ohio State Buckeyes 43-36, at Patten Gynamsium on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. For 2012, the defending champions are the Connecticut Huskies (aka UConn), and the Final Four games including the Final will be played at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. This is the second season that the expanded-by-3-teams 68-team format is being used. Last season, one of the teams that played in the first Play-In round made it all the way to the Final Four – the VCU (Virginia Commonwealth University) Rams, of Richmond, VA. So one would have to say that the 68-team format has turned out to be a brilliant innovation, satisfying the clamor for expansion of the tournament, without watering it down and wrecking the perfection that is the 64-team NCAA bracket format. Coach Shaka Smart‘s VCU Rams are back in the tourney this year, but this year they don’t have to get past the Play-In round, and go straight to the Second Round, as a 12th seed. The VCU Rams play the 5th-seeded Wichita State Shockers in Atlanta on Friday night at 7:15 EDT. Before that, the four Play In games will start on Tuesday with 2 games, the next two Play-in games are on Wednesday; and the 64-team Second Round will begin around noon on Thursday, on through to late Friday night.

At the top of this post and below are links for the schedule, as well as results and coverage. One note, you probably will be able to (like the last 2 years) watch all the games from your computer via the second ink (CBS sports).
ESPN – College BK/ home.
CBSsports.com/College BK.

Qualifying teams by conference can be seen at this link – ‘2012 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament: qualifying teams/Bids by conference‘. Once again, the Big East has the most teams in the tournament, with 9. Permit me a bit of boasting as I mention that tiny St. Bonaventure University’s Bonnies – my favorite college bk team – have made the tournament for the first time in 12 years, on the strength of Senior 6’9” power forward Andrew Nicholson, who hails from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and who was voted the 2012 Atlantic-10 Player of the Year. The Bonnies play Florida State on Friday. That makes 4 teams from the Atlantic-10 in this year’s tournament (St. Bonaventure, Saint Louis, Temple, and Xavier) – not too shabby for a mid-major conference.

The state with the most teams in the tournament is North Carolina, with 5 – Davidson, Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and UNC Asheville. Four states have 4 teams in the tournament – California, Kentucky, New York, and Ohio. There are 2 teams that are making their March Madness debuts – the Norfolk State Spartans, of Norfolk, VA; and the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, of Brookings, SD (population 22,000).

The Kansas Jayhawks are the team with the longest current streak of consecutive NCAA tournament appearances – it’s now 23 straight years that the Jayhawks have qualified for the tournament.

Kentucky is the #1 overall seed in the 2012 tournament, and the Kentucky Wildcats are also the team that have been in the tournament the most times (52 times). Here is the list of all-time appearances – ‘NCAA Men’s Division I Tournament bids by school‘.

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Announcement: due to health reasons (pinched nerve in shoulder), I will be cutting back on content output.

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Thanks to the Blogging the Bracket site, for bracket forecasts throughout February and early March – http://www.bloggingthebracket.com/.
Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘2012 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament‘.
Thanks to NCAA.org, for the 2011 attendance figures, ‘2011 NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL ATTENDANCE
(For All NCAA Men’s Varsity Teams)
‘.

March 20, 2011

2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, Regional Semifinals (aka the Sweet Sixteen) – 16 teams, with average attendances.

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2011 March Madness, Sweet Sixteen map

I wonder if there are any current examples of March Madness predictions all being correct up to the Sweet Sixteen right now – in other words, a still-perfect bracket. I saw where it was said there were 9.2 quintillion possibilities for possible winners in a 64-team bracket {see this}. Last year, on ESPN radio it was mentioned that after just the first 16 games (in the round of 64) were played, there were only 56 still-perfect brackets out of 4.8 million on-line brackets filled out – and that was after just 16 out of 16 games correctly picked. By this time in the tournament – the start of the Sweet Sixteen round – it’s 56 games you have to pick correctly, and it goes up to 60 games before the Regional Finals round (when there are 8 teams left). After that, there’s 7 more games. The total number of games in the tournament, counting the 2 Play-in games, is 65 games (for the 68-team field). The odds for a perfect bracket is one in 147,573,952,589,676,412,928 {see this, ‘”Perfectly Improbable: A flawless NCAA bracket“, by James A. Russell at the Kansas City Star}.
There are no documented cases of anyone ever filling out a perfect bracket.

There are three states with 2 teams still alive…North Carolina, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The 2 teams from North Carolina are – the Duke Blue Devils and the North Carolina Tar Heels. The 2 teams from Virginia, both from the city of Richmond, are – the Richmond Spiders and the VCU Rams. The 2 teams from Wisconsin are – the Marquette Golden Eagles and the Wisconsin Badgers. The biggest upset was probably the #8th-seeded Butler Bulldogs (from Indianapolis, Indiana) over #1-seeded Pitt. But those two 11th-seed teams, Marquette and VCU also had big upsets over Syracuse and Purdue, respectively. This is VCU’s first appearance in the Sweet Sixteen.
Upsets in the 3rd Round (round of 32 teams) -
#11-seed Marquette Golden Eagles over #3-seed Syracuse, by 4 points.
#11-seed VCU Rams over #3-seed Purdue, by 18 points (!).
#10-seed Florida State Seminoles over #2-seed Notre Dame by 14 points (!).
#8-seed Butler Bulldogs over #1-seed Pitt, by 1 point.
#5-seed Arizona Wildcats over #4-seed Texas, by 1 point.

Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia.org, ‘NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship‘.Attendances from NCAA.org, here

March 18, 2011

2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament, 3rd Round (32 teams), with team attendances.

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2011 March Madness map, round of 32


CBS Sports/College BK home.
ESPN/College Basketball home.

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Photo credit- Justin Edmonds/Getty Images via sportsillustrated.cnn.com, here.

The big upset in the Second Round (round of 64) was in a match-up between two teams from Kentucky, with the #13-seeded Morehead State Eagles beating the #4-seeded Louisville Cardinals by one point, courtesy of a three-pointer with 5.4 seconds left by Morehead State senior guard Demonte Harper.

I found out that, going by the accumulated 26-year Tournament history of all round of 64 pairings, there was about a 1-in-5 chance that a 13th-seeded team would defeat a 4th-seeded team. [the numbers being based on results since the Tournament expanded to a 64-team field, in 1985]. Statistically, it was a 21.15 percent chance that the #13 would beat the #4 seed. This section of the ‘NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship’ page at en.wikipedia has a list of all the outcomes of the round of 64 teams’ pairings…(‘First-round games/Upsets‘).

I decided to just go ahead and update that list to include the 2011 Second Round (round of 64) results.
Below is the List of results in terms of the Seedings in the modern-era/round of 64 teams, in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament (1985-2011)…

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As you can see, the results follow a mathematical curve with 2 deviations, or anomalies…
1). There are slightly less #5th-seeded teams winning over their #12th-seeded opponents than the next set of pairings (which is 6th seed vs. 11th seed).
2). An occurrence of the #9-seeded teams beating the #8-seeded teams more times in total (6 more times over 108 games).
My interpretation…
#5 vs. #12 anomaly – [The 12th-seeded teams beating their #5th-seeded opponents more times total than the next category (of 11th-seed vs. 6th-seed).] I would say that is just an example of how difficult it actually is to evaluate a team’s actual strength, and that in a few more seasons, that 12-seed-versus-5-seed statistical blip will even out (as it started to do this season, with only one of the four 12th-vs. 5th seed outcomes – Richmond over Vanderbilt – going to the 12th-seeded team).
#8 vs. #9 anomaly – How much difference, strength-wise, will there be between any given #8 team versus any given #9 team? There will be very little difference. So the psychological aspect then kicks in, with the players on the #9 team taking their slightly-lower status as a “diss”, and taking it out on their #8-seeded opponent, and pulling off a slight upset.

First Round upsets…
#13-seed Morehead Eagles over # 4-seed Louisville, by 1 point.
#12-seed Richmond Spiders over #5-seed Vanderbilt, by 3 points.
#11-seed Gonzaga Bulldogs over #6-seed St. John’s, by 15 points.
#11-seed VCU Rams over #6-seed Georgetown, by 18 points (!).
#10-seed Florida State Seminoles over #7-seed Texas A&M, by 7 points.
#9-seed Illinois Fighting Illini over #8-seed UNLV, by 11 points.

Here are some lowest-seeding milestones in NCAA Basketball Tournament history…
Lowest-seeded team to win an NCAA Basketball Tournament title – 8th-seeded Villanova Wildcats, in 1985.
Lowest-seeded team to make it to the Final Four – 11th-seeded LSU Tigers in 1986.
Lowest-seeded team to make the Regional Finals (aka Elite Eight) – Missouri Tigers in 2002.
Lowest-seeded team to make it to the Regional Semifinals (aka the Sweet Sixteen) – [tie] 14th seed – Cleveland State Vikings in 1986, and Chattanooga Mocs in 1997.
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Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia,org, ‘2010 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament‘.
Attendances from NCAA.org, here.

March 16, 2011

2011 NCAA Basketball Tournament, Second Round map (64 teams), with team attendances.

Filed under: NCAA Men's Basketball — admin @ 8:56 pm

Click on image below for the full-page map of the ’2011 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Second Round (64 teams), with team attendances’
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2011 March Madness, Second Round map (32 teams)

CBS Sports/College BK home.
ESPN/College Basketball home.

I have to admit that I was so caught up in getting the 68-team Tournament map out as quickly as I could, that I failed to notice how the new expanded field of 68, and the Play-in games, have messed with traditional Tournament bracket pools and March Madness picks. That is because 4 of the 8 teams in the Play-in games are not 16th-seeds, but instead are 11th or 12th seeds. Most everyone who follows the NCAA Basketball Tournament knows no 16th seed has ever beaten a #1 seed, so putting 4 significantly higher seeds in the preliminaries, and having one of those games end close to midnight (Eastern Time), just over 12 hours before the 64-team field begins play the following day…well, that has turned the process of being in a Tournament bracket pool from a fun thing to something more like a chore. Because if you are serious about winning the bracket pool you’re in, you probably want to have that USC-or-VCU spot down correctly, and not just guess on it, since it looks like most Tournament bracket pools are by-passing the Play-in games, yet most Tournament bracket pools’ deadlines will still be on Thursday morning. That means the bracket-player on the East Coast who doesn’t want to risk starting the Tournament bracket pool already-one-result-wrong has to stay up until almost midnight, find out who won that last Play-in game, then rush to submit that bracket by the next morning. Like I said, it’s more like work than play now to be in a Tournament bracket pool – on the East Coast, at least. Why couldn’t the NCAA have the 11th and 12th seed Play-in games on Tuesday? I mean, they know how many people are involved in Tournament bracket pools. Who’s kidding who – bracket pools made the Tournament what it is today.

The map shows the 64 team field. On the far right of the map page are all the 68 teams’ average attendances from last season (2009-10 season). [I would have listed 2010-11 average attendances, but the NCAA does not release the current-season attendance figures until May]. I decided to include the attendances of the 4 teams that were eliminated in the Play-in round…they are listed in light gray, and their logos have been removed from the map itself. In the next two maps – the map of Third Round (32 teams); and the map of the Regional Semifinals, aka Sweet Sixteen (16 teams), I will continue this procedure.

Thanks to the contributors to the pages at en.wikipedia,org, ‘2010 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament‘.
Attendances from NCAA.org, here.

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