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College Basketball Teams Of All Time

10.Indiana Hoosiers

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Indiana Hoosiers

There's an argument to be made that 1990-93 Indiana was actually better than 1974-76 Indiana.

9.UNLV Rebels

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UNLV Rebels

Led by Greg Anthony, Stacey Augmon and Larry Johnson, UNLV won the 1990 national championship, demolishing Duke 103-73 in the title game. It was UNLV's third 30-point win in that tournament.

8.Villanova Wildcats

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Villanova Wildcats

two national championships in three years and a four-season stretch with an average of 34 wins is hard to ignore in retrospect.

7.Kentucky Wildcats

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Kentucky Wildcats

Kentucky a No. 3 seed or better in eight consecutive NCAA tournaments, but it at least reached the Elite Eight in seven of those Big Dances.

6.Cincinnati Bearcats

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Cincinnati Bearcats

They had a 15-point lead in the second half of the 1963 national championship against Loyola (Illinois), but they gave it all away and lost by a deuce in overtime.

5.Kansas Jayhawks

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Kansas Jayhawks

The NCAA tournament is a fickle, random entity, after all. But Kansas has sent 36 players to the NBA since 2002

4.North Carolina Tar Heels

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North Carolina Tar Heels

There weren't any exceptionally dominant campaigns, but North Carolina was damn good for a long time.

3.Kentucky Wildcats

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Kentucky Wildcats

Keep putting rosters like that together for almost an entire decade and that's roughly what was happening in Lexington 70 years ago.

2.Present Duke Blue Devils

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Present Duke Blue Devils

The Blue Devils needed the Grant Hill-to-Christian Laettner miracle to make it out of the 1992 Elite Eight, but that was one heck of a memorable way to advance to their fifth consecutive Final Four.

1.UCLA Bruins

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UCLA Bruins

UCLA was ranked in the Top Five of the AP poll in every week for nine consecutive seasons, and it finished 11 out of the 12 years at either No. 1 or No. 2 in the AP poll.