While we're linking, have you seen the "Seeding Arrangement" graphic yet? It takes a look at how every seed has done in each round of the tournament since 1985 (the year it expanded to 64 teams). There are little gems like this in there: no 10 seed has won a game beyond the round of 16, but two 11 seeds have: LSU in 1986 and George Mason in 2006.
The data from the chart is completely accessible to you, washingtonpost.com user, via our NCAA Tournament history database. Go check it out -- you'll thank us later.
March 18, 2009; 9:35 AM ET
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