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The 1991 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament involved 64 schools playing in single-elimination play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division I college basketball. It began on March 14, 1991, and ended with the championship game on April 1 in Indianapolis, Indianamarker. A total of 63 games were played.

Duke, coached by Mike Krzyzewski, won a rematch of the previous year's national final matchup against undefeated UNLV 79-77 in the semifinal, then won the national title with a 72–65 victory in the final game over Kansasmarker, coached by Roy Williams. This was the first National Championship game for Williams as a head coach. Kansas defeated Williams' mentor Dean Smith and North Carolina in the semifinal. Kansas made its first return trip to the National Championship game since 1988 when they defeated Oklahoma, making it the second time Kansas returned to the Championship in four seasons. Christian Laettner of Duke was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player.

Locations

Region Site Other Locations
East East Rutherford, New Jerseymarker College Park, Marylandmarker, Syracuse, New Yorkmarker
Midwest Pontiac, Michiganmarker Dayton, Ohiomarker, Minneapolis, Minnesotamarker
Southeast Charlotte, North Carolinamarker Atlanta, Georgiamarker, Louisville, Kentuckymarker
West Seattlemarker, Washingtonmarker Salt Lake City, Utahmarker, Tucson, Arizonamarker
Finals Indianapolis, Indianamarker


Teams

Region Seed Team Coach Finished Final Opponent Score
East
East 1 North Carolina Dean Smith National Semifinals 3 Kansas L 79-73
East 2 Syracuse Jim Boeheim Round of 64 15 Richmond L 73-69
East 3 Oklahoma State Eddie Sutton Sweet Sixteen 10 Temple L 72-63
East 4 UCLA Jim Harrick Round of 64 13 Penn State L 74-69
East 5 Mississippi State Richard Williams Round of 64 12 Eastern Michiganmarker L 76-56
East 6 North Carolina State Les Robinson Round of 32 3 Oklahoma State L 73-64
East 7 Purdue Gene Keady Round of 64 10 Temple L 80-63
East 8 Princeton Pete Carril Round of 64 9 Villanova L 50-48
East 9 Villanova Rollie Massimino Round of 32 1 North Carolina L 84-69
East 10 Temple John Chaney Elite Eight 1 North Carolina L 75-72
East 11 Southern Missmarker M.K. Turk Round of 64 6 North Carolina Statemarker L 114-85
East 12 Eastern Michiganmarker Ben Braun Sweet Sixteen 1 North Carolinamarker L 93-67
East 13 Penn Statemarker Bruce Parkhill Round of 32 12 Eastern Michiganmarker L 71-68
East 14 New Mexicomarker Dave Bliss Round of 64 3 Oklahoma Statemarker L 67-54
East 15 Richmondmarker Dick Tarrant Round of 32 10 Templemarker L 77-64
East 16 Northeasternmarker Karl Fogel Round of 64 1 North Carolinamarker L 101-66
Midwest
Midwest 1 Ohio Statemarker Randy Ayers Sweet Sixteen 4 St. John'smarker L 91-74
Midwest 2 Dukemarker Mike Krzyzewski Champion 3 Kansasmarker W 72-65
Midwest 3 Nebraskamarker Danny Nee Round of 64 14 Xaviermarker L 89-84
Midwest 4 St. John'smarker Lou Carnesecca Elite Eight 2 Dukemarker L 78-61
Midwest 5 Texasmarker Tom Penders Round of 32 4 St. John'smarker L 84-76
Midwest 6 LSUmarker Dale Brown Round of 64 11 Connecticutmarker L 79-62
Midwest 7 Iowamarker Tom Davis Round of 32 2 Dukemarker L 85-70
Midwest 8 Georgia Techmarker Bobby Cremins Round of 32 1 Ohio Statemarker L 65-61
Midwest 9 DePaulmarker Joey Meyer Round of 64 8 Georgia Techmarker L 87-70
Midwest 10 East Tennessee Statemarker Alan LeForce Round of 64 7 Iowamarker L 76-73
Midwest 11 Connecticutmarker Jim Calhoun Sweet Sixteen 2 Dukemarker L 81-67
Midwest 12 Saint Peter'smarker Ted Fiore Round of 64 5 Texasmarker L 73-65
Midwest 13 Northern Illinoismarker Jim Molinari Round of 64 4 St. John'smarker L 75-68
Midwest 14 Xaviermarker Pete Gillen Round of 32 11 Connecticutmarker L 66-50
Midwest 15 Northeastern Louisianamarker Mike Vining Round of 64 2 Dukemarker L 102-73
Midwest 16 Towsonmarker Terry Truax Round of 64 1 Ohio Statemarker L 97-86
Southeast
Southeast 1 Arkansasmarker Nolan Richardson Elite Eight 3 Kansasmarker L 93-81
Southeast 2 Indianamarker Bob Knight Sweet Sixteen 3 Kansasmarker L 83-65
Southeast 3 Kansasmarker Roy Williams Runner Up 2 Dukemarker L 72-65
Southeast 4 Alabamamarker Wimp Sanderson Sweet Sixteen 1 Arkansasmarker L 93-70
Southeast 5 Wake Forestmarker Dave Odom Round of 32 4 Alabamamarker L 96-88
Southeast 6 Pittsburghmarker Paul Evans Round of 32 3 Kansasmarker L 77-66
Southeast 7 Florida Statemarker Pat Kennedy Round of 32 2 Indianamarker L 82-60
Southeast 8 Arizona Statemarker Bill Frieder Round of 32 1 Arkansasmarker L 97-90
Southeast 9 Rutgersmarker Bob Wenzel Round of 64 8 Arizona Statemarker L 79-76
Southeast 10 USCmarker George Raveling Round of 64 7 Florida Statemarker L 75-72
Southeast 11 Georgiamarker Hugh Durham Round of 64 6 Pittsburghmarker L 76-68
Southeast 12 Louisiana Tech Jerry Loyd Round of 64 5 Wake Forestmarker L 71-65
Southeast 13 Murray Statemarker Steve Newton Round of 64 4 Alabamamarker L 89-79
Southeast 14 New Orleans Tim Floyd Round of 64 3 Kansasmarker L 55-49
Southeast 15 Coastal Carolinamarker Russ Bergman Round of 64 2 Indianamarker L 79-69
Southeast 16 Georgia Statemarker Bob Reinhart Round of 64 1 Arkansasmarker L 117-76
West
West 1 UNLVmarker Jerry Tarkanian National Semifinals 2 Dukemarker L 79-77
West 2 Arizonamarker Lute Olson Sweet Sixteen 3 Seton Hallmarker L 81-77
West 3 Seton Hallmarker P.J. Carlesimo Elite Eight 1 UNLVmarker L 77-65
West 4 Utahmarker Rick Majerus Sweet Sixteen 1 UNLVmarker L 83-66
West 5 Michigan Statemarker Jud Heathcote Round of 32 4 Utahmarker L 85-84
West 6 New Mexico Statemarker Neil McCarthy Round of 64 11 Creightonmarker L 64-56
West 7 Virginiamarker Jeff Jones Round of 64 10 BYUmarker L 61-48
West 8 Georgetownmarker John Thompson Round of 32 1 UNLVmarker L 62-54
West 9 Vanderbiltmarker Eddie Fogler Round of 64 8 Georgetownmarker L 70-60
West 10 BYUmarker Roger Reid Round of 32 2 Arizonamarker L 76-61
West 11 Creightonmarker Tony Barone Round of 32 3 Seton Hallmarker L 81-69
West 12 Wisconsin–Green Baymarker Dick Bennett Round of 64 5 Michigan Statemarker L 60-58
West 13 South Alabamamarker Ronnie Arrow Round of 64 4 Utahmarker L 82-72
West 14 Pepperdinemarker Tom Asbury Round of 64 3 Seton Hallmarker L 71-51
West 15 St. Francis, Pennsylvaniamarker Jim Baron Round of 64 2 Arizonamarker L 93-80
West 16 Montanamarker Stew Morrill Round of 64 1 UNLVmarker L 99-65


Bracket

East region

Southeast region

Midwest region

West region

Final Four

Announcers



Trivia

  • Duke's 79-77 win over UNLV in the Final Four became one of the biggest upsets in tournament history. UNLV's juggernaut 1990-91 squad ranked #2 on ESPN Classic's Who's #1? for Best Teams Not To Win a Title. UNLV was undefeated entering the 1991 tournament, which as of 2009 has not been duplicated.(St. Joseph's went undefeated in the 2004 regular season, finishing 27-0, but lost in their conference tournament before the NCAAs. Indiana is the last team to win the championship undefeated in 1976).
  • For the first time in tournament history a 15-seed defeated a 2-seed. Richmond defeated Syracuse 73-69. The feat has now happened four times in tournament history.
  • For bracketologists, this tournament is notable for several reasons. The first is the upset-heavy opening round, which led to every seed number except 16 being represented by at least one team in the second round. The East region, in particular, featured first round victories by seeds 9, 10, 12, 13, and 15. Two 11's and a 14-seed advanced in the other regions. The second round is equally remarkable because there were no upsets in this round whatsoever. The combination of these two anomalies led to an unprecedented occurrence in which a 10 (Templemarker), an 11 (Connecticutmarker), and a 12-seed (Eastern Michiganmarker) advanced to the Sweet Sixteen without any of the teams pulling off consecutive upsets. The reason for this was that the first round successes of 15-seed Richmondmarker, 14-seed Xaviermarker, and 13-seed Penn Statemarker led to Temple, Connecticut and Eastern Michigan (respectively) being considered favorites for their second round matchups.
  • This was the first NCAA Tournament to feature all four North Carolinamarker-based Atlantic Coast Conference teams: North Carolina, North Carolina State, Duke and Wake Forestmarker.


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