For only the 10th time since the NCAA tournament field expanded to 64 teams in 1985, a non-"Big Six" conference school occupies a prized No. 1 seed. Since the bracket was revealed on Sunday night, analysts have questioned the Gonzaga Bulldogs' body of work, citing a weak strength of schedule and few quality wins. But it turns out they may have history on their side. Of the nine previous No. 1 seeds from non-"Big Six" conferences, only one HASN'T made at least the Elite Eight.