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March 23, 2008 at 5:59 PM

Pac-10, Big East lead Sweet entries

The first weekend of the NCAA Tournament is complete, and the Pac-10 and Big East each have three teams remaining, the most of any conference.
The Big 12 and Big Ten each have two while the SEC, ACC, Southern, Sun Belt, Atlantic-10 and Conference USA each have one.
Other than the one-bid conferences that still have teams left, the Pac-10, Big 10 and Sun Belt are tied for the highest percentage of teams remaining — Pac-10 has three of six, the Big 10 two of four and the Sun Belt one of two.
Here’s a breakdown of the records by conference of those that had at least one team win a game (in order of percentage):
Conference USA 2-0, 1.000
Southern 2-0, 1.000
Big Ten 5-2, .714
Big East 10-5, .667
Pac-10 6-3, .667
Sun Belt 2-1, .667
Big 12, 7-4, .636
ACC 4-3, .571
Atlantic 10, 2-2, .500
Horizon, 1-1, .500
MAAC, 1-1, .500
SEC 4-5, .444
Mountain West 1-2, .333
West Coast Conference 1-3, .250

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