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1992 NCAA tournament: Bracket, scores, stats, records

Full game: Duke beats Kentucky on Christian Laettner's shot, advances to 1992 Final Four

The 1992 NCAA tournament saw Duke win its second consecutive national championship after beating Michigan in the final. The Blue Devils' run to the title included Christian Laettner's memorable buzzer-beater against Kentucky in the Elite Eight.

Cincinnati and Indiana also made the Final Four. Runner-up Michigan would later vacate its appearance.

Duke's Bobby Hurley was named Most Outstanding Player, while Laettner led the tournament with 115 points.

1992 NCAA tournament: Bracket

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Here is the 1992 NCAA tournament bracket.

1992 NCAA tournament: Scores

  • First Round
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 82, No. 16 Campbell 56
      • No. 9 Iowa 98, No. 8 Texas 92
      • No. 5 Missouri 89, No. 12 West Virginia 78
      • No. 4 Seton Hall 78, No. 13 La Salle 76
      • No. 6 Syracuse 51, No. 11 Princeton 43
      • No. 3 UMass 85, No. 14 Fordham 58
      • No. 10 Iowa State 76, No. 7 Charlotte 74
      • No. 2 Kentucky 88, No. 15 Old Dominion 69
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 73, No. 16 Robert Morris 53
      • No. 8 Louisville 81, No. 9 Wake Forest 73
      • No. 12 New Mexico State 81, No. 5 DePaul 73
      • No. 13 Southwest Louisiana 87, No. 4 Oklahoma 83
      • No. 6 Georgetown 75, No. 11 South Florida 60
      • No. 3 Florida State 78, No. 14 Montana 68
      • No. 7 LSU 94, No. 10 BYU 83
      • No. 2 Indiana 94, No. 15 Eastern Illinois 55
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 83, No. 16 Mississippi Valley State 56
      • No. 9 UConn 86, No. 8 Nebraska 65
      • No. 5 Alabama 80, No. 12 Stanford 75
      • No. 4 North Carolina 68, No. 13 Miami (Ohio) 63
      • No. 6 Michigan 73, No. 11 Temple 66
      • No. 14 East Tennessee State 87, No. 3 Arizona 80
      • No. 10 Tulane 61, No. 7 St. John's 57
      • No. 2 Oklahoma State 100, No. 15 Georgia Southern 73
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 1 Kansas 100, No. 16 Howard 67
      • No. 9 UTEP 55, No. 8 Evansville 50
      • No. 5 Michigan State 61, No. 12 Southwest Missouri State 54
      • No. 4 Cincinnati 85, No. 13 Delaware 47
      • No. 6 Memphis State 80, No. 11 Pepperdine 70
      • No. 3 Arkansas 80, No. 14 Murray State 69
      • No. 7 Georgia Tech 65, No. 10 Houston 60
      • No. 2 USC 84, No. 15 Northeast Louisiana 54
  • Second Round
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 75, No, 9 Iowa 62
      • No. 4 Seton Hall 88, No. 5 Missouri 71
      • No. 3 UMass 77, No. 6 Syracuse 71 (OT)
      • No. 2 Kentucky 106, No. 10 Iowa State 98
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 85, No. 8 Louisville 69
      • No. 12 New Mexico State 81, No. 13 Southwest Louisiana 73
      • No. 3 Florida State 78, No. 6 Georgetown 68
      • No. 2 Indiana 89, No. 7 LSU 79
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 78, No. 9 UConn 55
      • No. 4 North Carolina 64, No. 5 Alabama 55
      • No. 6 Michigan 102, No. 14 East Tennessee State 90
      • No. 2 Oklahoma State 87, No. 10 Tulane 71
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 9 UTEP 66, No. 1 Kansas 60
      • No. 4 Cincinnati 77, No. 5 Michigan State 65
      • No. 6 Memphis State 82, No. 3 Arkansas 80
      • No. 7 Georgia Tech 79, No. 2 USC 78
  • Sweet 16
    • East Regional
      • No. 1 Duke 81, No. 4 Seton Hall 69
      • No. 2 Kentucky 87, No. 3 UMass 77
    • West Regional
      • No. 1 UCLA 85, No. 12 New Mexico State 78
      • No. 2 Indiana 85, No. 3 Florida State 74
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 1 Ohio State 80, No. 4 North Carolina 73
      • No. 6 Michigan 75, No. 2 Oklahoma State 72
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 4 Cincinnati 69, No. 9 UTEP 67
      • No. 6 Memphis State 83, No. 7 Georgia Tech 79 (OT)
  • Elite Eight
    • East Regional
    • West Regional
      • No. 2 Indiana 106, No. 1 UCLA 79
    • Southeast Regional
      • No. 6 Michigan 75, No. 1 Ohio State 71 (OT)
    • Midwest Regional
      • No. 4 Cincinnati 88, No. 6 Memphis State 57
  • Final Four (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
    • National semifinals
      • No. 1 Duke 81, No. 2 Indiana 78
      • No. 6 Michigan 76, No. 4 Cincinnati 72
    • National championship
      • No. 1 Duke 71, No. 6 Michigan 51

1992 NCAA tournament: Upsets

The following double-digit seeds won games:

Team Score Opponent
FIRST ROUND
No. 14 East Tennessee State 87-80 No. 3 Arizona
No. 13 Southwest Louisiana 87-83 No. 4 Oklahoma
No. 12 New Mexico State 81-73 No. 5 DePaul
No. 10 Iowa State 76-74 No. 7 Charlotte
No. 10 Tulane 61-57 No. 7 St. John's
SECOND ROUND
No. 12 New Mexico State 81-73 No. 13 Southwest Louisiana

1992 NCAA tournament: Stats, records

Here are the tournament leaders, with games in parentheses (minimum three games):

Individual scoring

  • Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky (4) — 24.0 points per game

Individual rebounding

  • Doug Edwards, Florida State (3) — 10.7 rebounds per game

Individual assists

  • Sam Crawford, New Mexico State (3) — 9.3 assists per game

Back-to-back

  • Duke's consecutive titles were the first since UCLA (1967-1973). It wouldn't happen again until Florida (2006 and 2007).

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