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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | July 21, 2020

2007 NCAA tournament: Bracket, scores, stats, records

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The 2007 NCAA tournament saw Florida repeat as national champions. The Gators became the first back-to-back champs since Duke in 1991 and 1992.

Top seeds reigned supreme in 2007 with all four No. 1 seeds, three No. 2 seeds and a No. 3 seed advancing to the Elite Eight, and every team in the Final Four was a No. 1 or No. 2 seed. Florida, Ohio State, Georgetown and UCLA reached the Final Four in Atlanta.

The worst-seeded team to make the second weekend was No. 7 seed UNLV. Double-digit seeds won just two games in the entire tournament, not including the opening-round game between No. 16 seeds. Of the 12 games where a lower-seeded team won, eight of them were by teams seeded only one spot lower.

2007 NCAA tournament: Bracket

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2007 NCAA Tournament bracket

2007 NCAA tournament: Scores

  • Opening Round Game
    • Dayton, Ohio
      • No. 16 Niagara 77, No. 16 Florida A&M 69
  • First Round (Round of 64)
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 North Carolina 86, No. 16 Eastern Kentucky 65
      • No. 9 Michigan State 61, No. 8 Marquette 49
      • No. 5 USC 77, No. 12 Arkansas 60
      • No. 4 Texas 79, No. 13 New Mexico State 67
      • No. 6 Vanderbilt 77, No. 11 George Washington 44
      • No. 3 Washington State 70, No. 14 Oral Roberts 54
      • No. 7 Boston College 84, No. 10 Texas Tech 75
      • No. 2 Georgetown 80, No. 15 Belmont 55
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Florida 112, No. 16 Jackson State 69
      • No. 9 Purdue 72, No. 8 Arizona 63
      • No. 5 Butler 57, No. 12 Old Dominion 46
      • No. 4 Maryland 82, No. 13 Davidson 70
      • No. 11 Winthrop 74, No. 6 Notre Dame 64
      • No. 3 Oregon 58, No. 14 Miami (Ohio) 56
      • No. 7 UNLV 67, No. 10 Georgia Tech 63
      • No. 2 Wisconsin 76, No. 15 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 63
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 78, No. 16 Central Connecticut State 57
      • No. 9 Xavier 79, No. 8 BYU 77
      • No. 5 Tennessee 121, No. 12 Long Beach State 86
      • No. 4 Virginia 84, No. 13 Albany 57
      • No. 6 Louisville 78, No. 11 Stanford 58
      • No. 3 Texas A&M 68, No. 14 Penn 52
      • No. 7 Nevada 77, No. 10 Creighton 71 (OT)
      • No. 2 Memphis 73, No. 15 North Texas 58
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 107, No. 16 Niagara 67
      • No. 8 Kentucky 67, No. 9 Villanova 58
      • No. 5 Virginia Tech 54, No. 12 Illinois 52
      • No. 4 Southern Illinois 61, No. 13 Holy Cross 51
      • No. 11 VCU 79, No. 6 Duke 77
      • No. 3 Pittsburgh 79, No. 14 Wright State 58
      • No. 7 Indiana 70, No. 10 Gonzaga 57
      • No. 2 UCLA 70, No. 15 Weber State 42
  • Second Round (Round of 32)
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 North Carolina 81, No. 9 Michigan State 67
      • No. 5 USC 87, No. 4 Texas 68
      • No. 6 Vanderbilt 78, No. 3 Washington State 74 (2OT)
      • No. 2 Georgetown 62, No. 7 Boston College 55
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Florida 74, No. 9 Purdue 67
      • No. 5 Butler 62, No. 4 Maryland 59
      • No. 3 Oregon 75, No. 11 Winthrop 61
      • No. 7 UNLV 74, No. 2 Wisconsin 68
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 78, No. 9 Xavier 71 (OT) | Watch full game
      • No. 5 Tennessee 77, No. 4 Virginia 74
      • No. 3 Texas A&M 72, No. 6 Louisville 69
      • No. 2 Memphis 78, No. 7 Nevada 62
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 88, No. 8 Kentucky 76
      • No. 4 Southern Illinois 63, No. 5 Virginia Tech 48
      • No. 3 Pittsburgh 84, No. 11 VCU 79 (OT)
      • No. 2 UCLA 54, No. 7 Indiana 49
  • Sweet 16
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 North Carolina 74, No. 5 USC 64
      • No. 2 Georgetown 66, No. 6 Vanderbilt 65
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Florida 65, No. 5 Butler 57
      • No. 3 Oregon 76, No. 7 UNLV 72
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 85, No. 5 Tennessee 84
      • No. 2 Memphis 65, No. 3 Texas A&M 64
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 61, No. 4 Southern Illinois 58
      • No. 2 UCLA 64, No. 3 Pittsburgh 55
  • Elite Eight
    • East Regional
      • No. 2 Georgetown 96, No. 1 North Carolina 84 (OT)
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Florida 85, No. 3 Oregon 77
    • South Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 92, No. 2 Memphis 76
    • West Regional
      • No. 2 UCLA 68, No. 1 Kansas 55
  • Final Four (Atlanta, Georgia)
    • National semifinals
      • No. 1 Florida 76, No. 2 UCLA 66
      • No. 1 Ohio State 67, No. 2 Georgetown 60
    • National championship

2007 NCAA tournament: Upsets

The following double-digit seeds won games:

Team Score Opponent
FIRST ROUND (Round of 64)
No. 11 Winthrop 74-64 No. 6 Notre Dame
No. 11 VCU 79-77 No. 6 Duke

2007 NCAA tournament: Stats, records

Here are the 2007 NCAA tournament leaders (number of games in parentheses):

Scoring offense

1. Tennessee (3): 94.0 points per game
2. Long Beach State (1): 86.0 points per game
3. Florida (6): 82.7 points per game
4. North Carolina (4): 81.2 points per game
5. Ohio State (6): 79.2 points per game

Scoring defense

1. Southern Illinois (3): 53.3 points per game
2. Illinois (1): 54.0 points per game
3. UCLA (5): 55.4 points per game
4. Indiana (2): 55.5 points per game
5. Butler (3): 56.7 points per game

Rebounding margin

1. Maryland (2): +16.5
T2. Florida (6): +15.0
T2. Illinois (1): +15.0
4. North Carolina (4): +11.2
T5. Stanford (1): +11.0
T5. Duke (1): +11.0

Individual scoring

  • Chris Lofton, Tennessee: 23.0 points per game

Individual rebounding

  • Al Horford, Florida; Taj Gibson, Southern California: 11.3 rebounds per game

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