All The Undefeated Teams That Have Entered March Madness

All The Undefeated Teams That Have Entered March Madness

John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats are heading into March Madness with a perfect 34-0 record. But just how well have other undefeated teams fared in a tournament? Here’s a list of past programs who have sought perfection on the road to an NCAA championship:

1951 — Columbia (coach: Lou Rossini), 21-0, lost first round

1956 — San Francisco (Phil Woolpert), 25-0, NCAA champion

1957 — North Carolina (Frank McGuire), 27-0, NCAA champion

1961 — Ohio State (Fred Taylor), 24-0, national runner-up

1964 — UCLA (John Wooden), 26-0, NCAA champion

1967 — UCLA (John Wooden), 26-0, NCAA champion

1968 — Houston (Guy Lewis), 28-0, national fourth place

1968 — St. Bonaventure (Larry Weise), 22-0, regional fourth place

1971 — Marquette (Al McGuire), 26-0, regional third place

1971 — Pennsylvania (Dick Harter), 26-0, regional runner-up

1972 — UCLA (John Wooden), 26-0, NCAA champion

1973 — UCLA (John Wooden), 26-0, NCAA champion

1975 — Indiana (Bob Knight), 29-0, regional runner-up

1976 — Indiana (Bob Knight), 27-0, NCAA champion

1976 — Rutgers (Tom Young), 28-0, national fourth place

1979 — Indiana State (Bill Hodges), 29-0, national runner-up

1991 — UNLV (Jerry Tarkanian), 30-0, national semifinal

2014 — Wichita State (Gregg Marshall), 34-0, lost third round

2015 — Kentucky (John Calipari), 34-0.

Source: Huff Post

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