A statistical breakdown of the first day of play in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16:
1: The number of times Oregon has beaten Duke (the Ducks beat the Blue Devils 82-68 Thursday).
1: The number of free throws missed by Villanova (18 for 19) in a 92-69 win over Miami.
8: The number of field goals for Maryland in the second half of its 79-63 loss to Kansas.
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15: The rebounding advantage for Kansas in its win over Maryland.
16-2: Miami’s first-half run to cut Villanova’s lead to 31-30. The Hurricanes were never that close again.
20: Combined three-pointers for Miami and Villanova (10 each).
21.4: Texas A&M’s shooting percentage from three-point range in a 77-63 loss to Oklahoma.
22: Points scored by Oregon’s Dillon Brooks on Thursday.
26: Number of points scored by Miami’s Sheldon McClellan, who shot 5 for 7 from three-point range.
27: Points scored by Kansas forward Perry Ellis in the Jayhawks’ win over Maryland.
27-8: Oklahoma’s big run in the first half to break open what had been an 18-18 game against Texas A&M.
66.7: Villanova’s shooting percentage from three-point range against Miami.
2007: The last time Oregon was in the Elite Eight.
2009: The last time Villanova and Oklahoma were in the Elite Eight.
Compiled by Chris La Marr