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In 1985 Villanova won a national championship as an 8 seed beating Georgetown the highest seed ever to win a national championship


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2011 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed Butler, facing #11 seed Virginia Commonwealth. 1985 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed Villanova, defeated #1 Georgetown to win the National Championship. 1980 NCAA Final Four, #8 seed UCLA, lost to #2 Louisville in the National Championship game.

The lowest seed to reach the Elite 8 was #12 Missouri in 2002.

As of the 2008 March Madness, that was 2006 when Florida (3 seed), UCLA (2 seed), George Mason (11 seed), and LSU (4 seed) made the Final Four. That also happened in 1980 when Louisville (2 seed), UCLA (8 seed), Purdue (6 seed), and Iowa (5 seed) made the Final Four.

There have been three times in NCAA Men's Basketball history that no #1 seed has been in the Final Four. The only three years were 1980, 2006, and 2011 with the following teams included in their separate final fours: 1980: Louisville (#2 seed), Iowa (#5 seed), Purdue (#6 seed), and UCLA (#8 seed) 2006: UCLA (#2 seed), Florida (#3 seed), LSU (#4 seed), and George Mason (#11 seed) 2011: Butler (#8 seed), UConn (#3 seed), VCU (#11 seed), and Kentucky (#4 seed)

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8 seed UCLA lost the championship game in 1980, but 8 seed Villanova beat Georgetown in 1985.

Villanova. They shocked The one seed Michigan in the second round and go on to beat One seed Geogetown in the final game of the tunament.

use the digit 8 four time to make 89

Davidson has never been to the Final Four. They came close in 2008 when they lost their Elite 8 game to Kansas, 59-57.

Indiana has been to the Final Four 8 times: 1940, 1953, 1973, 1976, 1981, 1987, 1992 and 2002.

Villanova as a #8 seed in 1985 and won the championship game that year

Indiana has been to the Final Four 8 times: 1940, 1953, 1973, 1976, 1981, 1987, 1992 and 2002.

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No. Their best showing was the Elite 8 in 1968, 1969 and 2008.

Two #8 seeds have made it to the final game: UCLA in 1980 and Villanova in 1985.

The Final Four is present in college basketball. The March madness tournament consists of 65 teams then gets down to 64 teams, then to 32 then to 16 then to 8 then to 4. Those last four teams are considered the final four and are in the semi finals for the title of national champion of college basketball for that year. This year the final four is going to be played in Detroit, and while march madness is going on, soon enough there will be only four teams left, known as the final four.

The lowest seed to ever win a NCAA basketball title was Villanova, ranked seed #8. They won the tournament in 1985. Lower seeds have made it to the Final Four (George Mason and Louisiana State, ranked 11th, made it in 2006 and 1986 respectively) but never won. UCLA in 1980 was ranked 48th and made it to the championship game.

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No. Their best showing was the Elite 8 in 2004.

(8/.8) * (8/.8) = 10*10 = 100

1980 (Louisville #2, UCLA #8, Purdue, #6, Iowa #6) Per Wiki.... At least one #1 seed has made the Final Four in every year except: 1980 Louisville #2, Iowa #5, Purdue #6 & UCLA #8 2006 UCLA #2, Florida #3, LSU #4 and George Mason #11 Add 2011 to the list: Butler #8, UConn #3, Virginia Commonwealth #11, and Kentucky #4

The final four in the NCAA mens tournament are (8) Butler and (11)VCU for the south east south west side and (3) Connecticut and (4) Kentucky for the east and west side!

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