Definition of The Big Dance

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The term "Big Dance" is a metaphor that captures the excitement, competition, and high stakes of the NCAA Basketball Tournament in the United States of America.

The March Madness US University basketball tournament is also known as the Big Dance.This tournament, which is held in the month of March, is where the best teams from universities across the U.S. compete for the national championship.

The tournament itself is a spectacle, with all the drama and excitement of a big dance. Teams prepare all season long for their chance to "dance" in the tournament, and when they are selected, it is said that they have received an "invitation to the dance."

The universities of UCLA, Kentucky and North Carolina have won the most national championships.