There are some rather obscure schools in the NCAA Tournament.

If you're wondering about where these schools are from, you aren't alone.

Wofford College is a school in Spartanburg, South Carolina, and has 1,500 undergraduates. The Terriers face BYU in the Second Round.

Bucknell University is a small liberal arts school located in Central Pennsylvania, and has roughly 3,500 undergraduates. On Thursday, the Bison play the University of Connecticut.

Hampton University is a historically black college located in Hampton, Virginia, with about 5,000 undergraduates. The Pirates face Duke next.

St. Peter's is a Jesuit School and has its campus in New Jersey, and has about 3,200 undergraduates. The Peacocks face Purdue on Friday.

Long Island University, is located in Brooklyn, New York, and has under 11,000 undergraduates, the Blackbirds face North Carolina.

Old Dominion University is located in Norfolk, Virginia, and has about 9,500 undergraduates. The Monarchs face Butler, last year's finalists, which has its campus in Indianapolis, and has about 4,000 undergraduates.

George Mason, with campuses in Virginia, actually has a very high number of students -- over 20,000 undergraduates.

The Patriots went to the Final Four in 2006.