The brackets were just released last night and you’ve seen about every tale of the tape you can possibly absorb.
But we have one you haven’t seen.
Here are some of the more interesting numbers behind the tournament.
$0: Money Duke's junior forward Kyle Singler gets from sales of No. 12 jerseys
$17.52: Approximate cost, in gas, to drive in a car that gets 25 miles a gallon from Syracuse to its first round game in Buffalo, according to Mapquest.com.
$240.50: Average price on Stubhub for a ticket to the first and second round games, including all eight locations.
350: Number of tickets each school is allotted for its first round game.
$1,000: Minimum donation to Wisconsin athletics for non-students to request first round and second round tickets through the school.
$1,000: Fine in Michigan if you are caught betting in an office pool, although the office for the Michigan Attorney General can’t seem to recall anyone being fined recently.
$1,219: That’s the cheapest one-stop Albany to Spokane flight (on Delta). That’s what Siena fans, who live near the campus, are staring at if they want to get out to see the team’s first game against Purdue.
$2,985: Price the NCAA is charging through its partner PrimeSport for four nights in the Sheraton Indianapolis and one ticket to the Final Four games.
$15,000: Amount Maryland is paying its assistant coaches Keith Booth, Robert Ehsan and Chuck Driesell for the NCAA Tournament bid.
$25,000: Amount that Houston head coach Tom Penders gets for winning the Conference USA Tournament. His team needs to win two in the tournament for him to get him another $15,000, as the contract calls for him to make that "every weekend" that the Cougars last in the tourney.