NCAA tournament: By the numbers
From 1-65, here's a look at the nuggets, factoids and did-you-knows that will have you ready for this year's NCAA tournament
65. At 65, Syracuse's Jim Boeheim would be the second-oldest coach to win a national championship. Phog Allen was the oldest ever at 66 years and 129 days old when Kansas won in 1952. The next oldest was John Wooden in 1975 at 64. Lute Olson, Dean Smith and Jim Calhoun are the only other coaches to win a title after turning 60.
64. Cornell is ...
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