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Was 2015 NCAA Tournament’ Day 1 a best ever? The numbers contend maybe

The hits usually kept on entrance on day one of a 2015 NCAA Tournament.

Upsets, buzzer beaters, argumentative calls, tighten games …even a manager descending off a stool!

Not usually was it an sparkling first-day of “March Madness,” it was record-breaking.

As forked out by Eammon Brennan of ESPN.com, 5 games were motionless by one indicate on Thursday, a many of any singular day in NCAA contest history.

According to ESPN Stats and Info, 11 games were motionless by fewer than 10 points Thursday, restraining a single-day NCAA contest high. Only 3 contest days in story matched that number. 2010 was a final time it happened.

Nine games were motionless by 5 or fewer points, restraining a single-day contest high from Mar 15, 2001.

Brennan points out that a record for many games motionless by one indicate in a singular NCAA contest is 7 (1982, 1990, and 1998).

If we embody Dayton’s win over Boise State on Wednesday night, there have already been 6 games motionless by one indicate in a 2015 NCAA tournament.

Day dual of a 2015 NCAA Tournament has a lot to live adult to.

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