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Statistics About The Average Ncaa Finals Score

The average NCAA finals score is around 72 points per game.

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"The average basketball score of NCAA men's championship game since 1980 is about 144.5 points."

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"The highest-scoring NCAA men's championship game was in 1975 when UCLA and Kentucky combined for 187 points."

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"The lowest-scoring NCAA men's championship game happened in 1941 when Wisconsin and Washington State combined for only 73 points."

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"Only three NCAA championship games have ended with the winning team scoring fewer than 50 points, in 1941, 1949, and 2011."

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"The average margin of victory in the NCAA men's championship game from 1939 to 2021 is 10.8 points."

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"Teams that score more than 70 points win the NCAA championship game 57.81% of the time."

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"84 is the average score by the NCAA men's championship game winner since 1939 to 2021."

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"68.9 is the average score of the losing team in the NCAA men's basketball final since 1939."

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"The average combined score for the women's NCAA championship game from 1982 to 2021 is 140.6 points."

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"The highest-scoring women's NCAA championship game was in 2011 when Texas A&M and Notre Dame combined for 164 points."

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"The lowest scoring women's NCAA championship game happened in 2007 when Rutgers and Tennessee combined for 92 points."

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"The average margin of victory in the women's NCAA championship game from 1982 to 2021 is 12.7 points."

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"Waterford’s J-D Forrest scored an average of 35 points per round in the 1999 NCAA tournament, a record that still stands."

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"Since 1982, the NCAA women's basketball championship game winning team scored fewer than 60 points only in 4 instances."

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"5 overtime periods recorded the longest NCAA finals game in the history of the tournament, resulting in a final score of 75-73 - Marquette over St. John's in 1970."

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"In the history of NCAA basketball finals, at least one team has scored 60 or more points in every final except for the years 1941, 1949, and 2011."

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"Just 9 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Championships have ended with a final score difference of 1 point since 1939."

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"NCAA football championship games had an average of 47.6 points scored per game from 2014 to 2017."

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"The highest scoring NCAA football championship game was when Georgia and Oklahoma scored a combined 102 points in the 2018 Rose Bowl."

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"The lowest scoring NCAA football championship game was the 2011 final when Auburn and Oregon combined for 41 points."

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