# 2012 NCAA MARCH MADNESS TREY RULE, ALEX STREET, VINCE DeLISE, CHESNEY YOUNG, and KENNY POPE.

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2012 NCAA MARCH MADNESS TREY RULE, ALEX STREET, VINCE DeLISE, CHESNEY YOUNG, and KENNY POPE

 64 TEAMS ENTER THE TOURNAMENT  THERE ARE 4 REGIONS:  SOUTH, EAST, WEST, MIDWEST  16 TEAMS IN EACH REGION  TEAM WINS 6 STRAIGHT TIMES TO WIN THE TOURNAMENT BASIC INFO

 ESPN REPORTED THAT THEY RECEIVED 6.45 MILLION BRACKET ENTRIES IN 2012  (97.7%) predicted Kentucky and Syracuse and Michigan State and North Carolina to advance to the Round of 32;  (67.9%) predicted all four No. 1 seeds to advance to the Sweet Sixteen  (28.3%) predicted all four No. 1 seeds to advance to the Elite Eight  (4.3%) predicted all four No. 1 seeds to advance to the Final Four BRACKETOLOGY

 (38.8%) entries predicted Kentucky and Duke would meet in the Elite Eight  (30.3%) entries predicted Kentucky to defeat Duke in the Elite Eight continued

 ANALYZE THE TOURNAMENT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT UPSETS, AVERAGE SCORE, AND AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY GOAL OF PROJECT

 =IF function was used  Compared seeds of competing teams  True value resulted in “expected”  False value resulted in “upset” HOW TO DETERMINE UPSETS WITH EXCEL

 =AVERAGE function was used  Selected data and inserted into function Averages were determined for each region and overall round averages scores were computed HOW TO DETERMINE AVERAGE SCORE WITH EXCEL

 =abs absolute value function  Determined absolute difference between the teams  Used to compare the competitiveness between teams in each round of the tournament. HOW TO COMPUTE MARGIN OF VICTORY WITH EXCEL

ROUND 2

 ROUND 2  10 TOTAL UPSETS:  4 IN SOUTH REGION  NONE IN EAST REGION  2 IN WEST REGION  4 IN MIDWEST REGION UPSETS

 (12) VCU DEFEATED (5) WITCHITA STATE   (11) COLORADO DEFEATED (6) UNLV  (10) XAVIER DEFEATED (7) NOTRE DAME  (15) LEE HI DEFEATED (2) DUKE SOUTH REGION

 NO UPSETS EAST REGION

 (9) ST. LOUIS DEFEATED (8) MEMPHIS  (15) NORTHFOLK ST DEFEATED (2) MISSOURI WEST REGION

 (12) SOUTH FLORIDA DEFEATED (5) TEMPLE  (13) OHIO DEFEATED (4) MICHIGAN  (11) NC STATE DEFEATED (6) SAN DIEGO ST  (10) PURDUE DEFEATED (7) ST. MARY’S MIDWEST REGION

 ROUND 2  SOUTH REGION – 73.5 POINTS  EAST REGION – 68.5 POINTS  WEST REGION – 78 POINTS  MIDWEST REGION – 67.5 POINTS  TOTAL – 71.875 POINTS A GAME AVERAGE SCORE per GAME

 ROUND 2 (FOR EVERY GAME)  11.13 POINTS AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY

ROUND 3

 ROUND 3  ONLY 2 UPSETS:  BOTH UPSETS OCCURRED IN THE MIDWEST REGION UPSETS

 (13) OHIO DEFEATED (12) SOUTH FLORIDA  (11) NORTH CAROLINA STATE DEFEATED (3) GEORGETOWN MIDWEST REGION

 ROUND 3:  SOUTH REGION – 69.13 POINTS  EAST REGION – 63.5 POINTS  WEST REGION – 61.25 POINTS  MIDWEST REGION – 66.25 POINTS  TOTAL AVERAGE SCORE – 65.03 POINTS AVERAGE SCORE per GAME

 ROUND 3 (FOR EVERY GAME)  9.7 POINTS AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY

SWEET 16

 SWEET 16  ONLY 2 UPSETS  BOTH OCCURING IN THE WEST REGION UPSETS

 (4) LOUISVILLE DEFEATED (1) MICHIGAN STATE  (7) FLORIDA DEFEATED (3) MARQUETTE WEST REGION

 SOUTH REGION – 84.25 POINTS  EAST REGION – 68.5 POINTS  WEST REGION – 56.75 POINTS  MIDWEST REGION – 63.75 POINTS  TOTAL AVERAGE SCORE – 68.3 POINTS AVERAGE SCORE per GAME

 SWEET 16 (FOR EVERY GAME)  8.375 POINTS AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY

ELITE 8

 2 UPSETS IN THE ELITE 8:  (2) OHIO STATE DEFEATED (1) SYRACUSE  (2) KANSAS DEFEATED (1) NORTH CAROLINA UPSETS

 ELITE 8 (FOR EVERY GAME)  73. 25 POINTS AVERAGE SCORE

 ELITE 8 (FOR EVERY GAME)  9 POINTS AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY

FINAL FOUR

 NONE UPSETS

 FINAL FOUR (BOTH GAMES)  64 POINTS AVERAGE SCORE

 FINAL FOUR (BOTH GAMES)  5 POINTS AVERAGE MARGIN OF VICTORY

CHAMPIONSHIP

 NO UPSET UPSET

 CHAMPIONSHIP  63 POINTS AVERAGE SCORE

 CHAMPIONSHIP  8 POINTS MARGIN OF VICTORY

QUESTIONS?

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