Larry BrownLon KrugerRick PitinoTim Floyd
Larry Brown is the only coach to win an NCAA and NBA championship. Brown was the NCAA champ with Kansas in 1988. Sixteen years later, Brown won an NBA Title with the Detroit Pistons in 2004.
UConnNorth CarolinaUniversity of KentuckyDuke
The Tar Heels have made the most appearances in the Final Four, with 20
Kareem Abdul-JabbarOscar RobertsonBill RussellAustin Carr
In 1970, Notre Dame's Austin Carr scored an NCAA Tournament-record 61 points against Ohio.
From 1946 to 2012, Harvard failed to make the NCAA Tournament. The 66 years is the longest streak in NCAA history
From 1964 to 1975, UCLA won 10 titles in 12 seasons, including seven straight championships.
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No. 8th Seed Villanova
In 1985, No. 8-seeded Villanova upset No. 1-seeded Georgetown 66-64 to become the lowest-ranked school to win the NCAA Tournament.
With 11 titles, the UCLA Bruins are the NCAA's most successful basketball program in the nation.
Adolph RuppJim ValvanoEverett CaseRoy Williams
North Carolina State coach Everett Case is credited with the tradition of cutting down the nets after his Wolfpack won the Southern Conference in 1947
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University of Connecticut
The University of Connecticut is the only school to appear in at least four NCAA Championship Games without losing. The Huskies are a perfect 4-0. Their last championship came in 2014.
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For reference the odds of winning Powerball are one in 292 million