Tag: March Madness
Are you mad about NCAA Basketball’s March Madness? Learn about how and when it all started in this infographic by SBO, including the bracket structure of East vs West NCAA divisions, the odds of predicting a perfect bracket, and the top 5 NCAA College Basketball players of all time.
The NCAA tournament draws some of the highest ratings for sporting broadcasts. Last year, the NCAA Championship game had 22 million viewers. Over the past 10 years, 275 different sponsors have spent $5.2 billion on television ads for the games. MBA@UNC put together this infographic to highlight various aspects of the tournament — from ticket sales to bracketology to social media.
Everyone is abuzz about the Final Four college basketball tournaments. There has been exciting stories about players, comebacks, and winning shots made at the final buzzer. However fascinating all of this is, there is an unnoticed champion that has been overlooked in all the frenzy. It is none other than the Final Four floor itself.
March Madness is well underway, marking 75 years since the tournament began. Learn more about the history of the Big Dance in this infographic and be sure to pick up tickets to see all of this year’s action live on our Tournament page.
The following infographic from Bang the Book.com provides a break down of the march madness seeds verse other seeds for the upcoming NCAA mens college basketball tournament
The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship is a single elimination tournament performed each spring in the United States, featuring 68 college basketball teams, to determine the national championship of the major college teams. The following infographic from Bang the Book.com provides some interesting statistics surrounding these tournaments.
March Madness is about hardcore hoop playing by collegiate super-athletes, but the real madness of America’s favorite tournament is actually in the revenue it generates. Exclusive TV deals, colossal coach salaries and heavy betting have turned the most celebrated tradition in college sports into a numbers game. CouponCabin takes a look at that revenue and how Americans fit into the equation.