March Madness is built on upsets, but a 16 seed has never defeated a 1 seed in the history of the NCAA Tournament. ESPN and FiveThirtyEight analysts examine if we will ever see The Ultimate Upset.

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Jason Reid

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Adam Brown (story by), Darren Lund (story by) | 1 more credit »

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Kate Fagan Kate Fagan ... Herself
Seth Greenberg Seth Greenberg ... Himself
Neil Paine Neil Paine ... Himself
Nate Silver ... Himself
Jason Williams Jason Williams ... Himself
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March Madness is all about the upset: David taking down Goliath and shocking the world. But since the NCAA Tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, a No. 16 seed has never defeated a No. 1 seed, going 0-128. According to FiveThirtyEight probability data, we should have seen three 16 vs. 1 upsets by now. There have been some close calls, but why hasn't it happened yet? What are the odds and determining factors? Will we ever see The Ultimate Upset? Written by Adam Brown

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Are 16 seeds due?


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USA

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English

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13 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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