|1957||North Carolina||74||Michigan State||70||National Semifinals|
|1998||North Carolina||73||Michigan State||58||Sweet Sixteen|
|2005||North Carolina||87||Michigan State||71||National Semifinals|
|2007||North Carolina||81||Michigan State||67||Second Round|
|2009||North Carolina||89||Michigan State||72||National Championship|
North Carolina ties Kansas for the most wins this decade with 26.
North Carolina ties Florida for the most National Championships this decade with 2.
North Carolina defeated both Villanova and Michigan State in 3 of its National Championship runs which ties a tournament record. UCLA defeated Long Beach State, New Mexico State and San Francisco during 3 of its championship runs and Indiana defeated Louisiana State during 3 of its championship runs.
North Carolina is the all-time winningest team in tournament history with 102 wins.
This is the first time that neither UCLA nor Kentucky will be the all-time leader
in wins at the end of a tournament since 1948 when Dartmouth, Ohio State and Oklahoma
State (then Oklahoma A&M) were tied with 6 wins.
With North Carolina's double digit victory, they join Michigan State in 2000 and Duke in 2001 as the only teams since the tournament expanded to 64 teams to win every game by double digits.
North Carolina's win is their 100th as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference.
North Carolina is now 14-6 vs. teams from the Big Ten Conference.
Michigan State is now 2-1 in National Championship Games.
Michigan State's loss is their first playing in the state of Michigan where they are now 3-1.
Michigan State's loss is their first as a #2 seed. They are now 10-1 as a #2 seed.
Michigan State is now 2-9 vs. teams from the Atlantic Coast Conference.