Noting the Big Ten

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Big Ten teams combined to go 5-1 through the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, which leads all conferences that have played at least two games. With five out of its six teams reaching the Round of 32, the Big Ten has the highest percentage of its teams remaining in the tournament.

The Big Ten also leads all conferences with 75.2 points per game during NCAA play and with 78.2 points per game in wins.

See the charts below for more information.

Record in NCAA Tournament (min. 2 games played)
1. Big Ten (5-1, .833)
2. SEC (3-1, .750)
3. Big East (7-3, .700)
4. Big 12 (4-2, .667)
5. ACC (3-2, .600)

Percentage of Teams Remaining in NCAA Tournament (min. 2 teams selected)
1. Big Ten (5 of 6, 83 percent)
2. SEC (3 of 4, 75 percent)
T3. Big East (6 of 9, 67 percent)
T3. Big 12 (4 of 6, 67 percent)
5. ACC (3 of 5, 60 percent)

Most Points in NCAA Tournament (min. 2 games played)
1. Big Ten (75.2)
2. West Coast (73.0)
3. SEC (72.0)
4. Big 12 (70.5)
5. ACC (67.4)

Most Points in NCAA Tournament Wins (min. 2 wins)
1. Big Ten (78.2)
2. West Coast (77.5)
3. SEC (77.0)
4. ACC (74.0)
5. Big East (70.1)

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