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Top College Basketball Teams Of All-Time

Who had the greatest college basketball team of all-time? Now is your chance to cast your vote. Where do the 2007 Florida Gators or the Michael Jordan and the 1982 North Carolina team rank?

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2007 Florida

Coach: Billy Donovan

Primary starters: Al Horford, Joakim Noah, Corey Brewer, Taurean Green, Lee Humphrey

Record: 35-5

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Ohio State 84-75 for national title.

1996 Kentucky

Coach: Rick Pitino

Primary starters: Anthony Epps, Tony Delk, Derek Anderson, Antoine Walker and Walter McCarty.

Record: 34-2

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Syracuse 76-67 to win the national title.

1992 Duke

Coach: Mike Krzyzewski

Primary starters: Christian Laettner, Bobby Hurley, Grant Hill, Thomas Hill, Antonio Lang

Record: 34-2

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated Michigan 71-51 to win the national title.

1991 UNLV

Coach: Jerry Tarkanian

Primary starters: Greg Anthony, Larry Johnson, Anderson Hunt, Stacey Augmon, George Ackles

Record: 34-1

NCAA tournament final result: Lost 79-77 to Duke in the national semifinals.

1990 UNLV

Coach: Jerry Tarkanian

Primary starters: Greg Anthony, Anderson Hunt, Stacey Augmon, Larry Johnson, George Ackles

Record: 35-5

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated Duke 103-73 for the national title.

1984 Georgetown

Coach: John Thompson

Primary starters: Patrick Ewing, Reggie Williams, David Wingate, Michael Graham, Michael Jackson

Record: 34-3

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated Houston 84-75 in the national title game.

1982 North Carolina

Coach: Dean Smith

Primary starters: Michael Jordan, Sam Perkins, Matt Doherty, Jimmy Black, James Worthy

Record: 32-2

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated Georgetown 63-62 to win the national title.

1976 Indiana

Coach: Bob Knight

Primary starters: Quinn Buckner, Bob Wilkerson, Tom Abernethy, Scott May and Kent Benson

Record: 32-0

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Michigan 86-68 for the national title.

1974 North Carolina State

Coach: Norm Sloan

Primary starters: David Thompson, Tom Burleson, Monte Towe, Moe Rivers, Phil Spence

Record: 30-1

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Marquette 76-64 to win the national title.

1973 UCLA

Coach: John Wooden

Primary starters: Bill Walton, Larry Farmer, Jamaal (Keith) Wilkes, Greg Lee, Larry Hollyfield

Record: 30-0

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Memphis State 87-66 to win the national title.

1972 UCLA

Coach: John Wooden

Primary starters: Larry Farmer, Keith Wilkes, Bill Walton, Greg Lee, Henry Bibby

Record: 30-0

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Florida State 81-76 to win the national title.

1969 UCLA

Coach: John Wooden

Primary starters: Lew Alcindor, Curtis Rowe, Sidney Wicks, John Vallely, Lynn Shackelford

Record: 29-1

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Purdue 92-72 to win the national title.

1968 UCLA

Coach: John Wooden

Primary starters: Lew Alcindor, Lucious Allen, Lynn Shackelford, Mike Warren, Mike Lynn

Record: 29-1

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated North Carolina 78-55 to win the national title.

1967 UCLA

Coach: Jerry Tarkanian

Primary starters: Greg Anthony, Anderson Hunt, Stacey Augmon, Larry Johnson, George Ackles

Record: 35-5

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated Duke 103-73 for the national title.

1960 Ohio State

Coach: Fred Taylor

Primary starters: Jerry Lucas, John Havlicek, Larry Siegfried, Joe Roberts, Mel Nowell

Record: 25-3

NCAA tournament final result: Defeated California 75-55 to win the national title.

1957 North Carolina

Coach: Frank McGuire

Primary starters: Lennie Rosenbluth, Pete Brennan, Tommy Kearns, Joe Quigg, Bob Cunningham

Record: 32-0

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Kansas 54-53 in triple overtime to win the national title.

1956 San Francisco

Coach: Phil Woolpert

Primary starters: Bill Russell, K.C. Jones, Hal Perry, Carl Boldt, Gene Brown

Record: 29-0

NCAA Tournament final result: Defeated Iowa 83-71 to win the national title.

Source: CBSSports.com Staff



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