Only seven teams in the history of college basketball have won an NCAA tournament championship with a perfect record. The first came in 1956, when Bill Russell averaged 20.6 points and 21 rebounds to lead San Francisco to its second straight championship, improving on the 28-1 record of 1955.
Has any NCAA team gone undefeated?
What was the last team to go undefeated? The last college basketball team to go undefeated and win the national title was Bob Knight’s 1975-76 Hoosiers team.
Has a team with a losing record ever made the NCAA tournament?
The absolute worst record is a three-way tie at 11-18 (37.93 percent). Those would be 1995 FIU, 1996 UCF, and 1997 Fairfield. Two of those — FIU and UCF — came out of the Atlantic Sun Conference.
Teams with the worst records to make the NCAA tournament.
|Tournament result||First Round loss|
Which NFL teams have had a perfect season?
Apart from the 1972 Dolphins, three NFL teams have completed undefeated and untied regular seasons: the 1934 Chicago Bears, the 1942 Chicago Bears, and the 2007 New England Patriots.
What coach has the most NCAA Tournament wins?
- Rick Pitino (54-20)┃2 Titles┃7 Finals Fours.
- Tom Izzo (52-22)┃1 Title┃8 Finals Fours.
- Jim Calhoun (51-20)┃3 Titles┃4 Finals Fours.
- Bill Self (49-21)┃1 Title┃3 Finals Fours.
- John Wooden (47-10)┃10 Titles┃12 Finals Fours.
- The 10 coaches with the most wins in NCAA Tournament history — guess who’s at the top?
What is the lowest seed to make it to the Final Four?
With an Elite Eight win over 1-seed Michigan in Tuesday’s East Region final, 11-seed UCLA tied the March Madness record for the lowest seed to make the Final Four.
Lowest Final Four seeds in NCAA Tournament.
|10||Syracuse (2016)||Final Four loss (83-66 to North Carolina)|