Also undefeated but did not win the title: 1939 Long Island U (24-0 record and NIT champs), 1940 Seton Hall (19 and 0, did not play in post-season), 1944 Army (15 and 0, no post-season), 1954 Kentucky (25-0: eligibility problems with certain players, Rupp decided not to play in post-season).
Forgot about the 1973 NC State team.....27 and 0, but ineligible for post-season.
Indiana 1976 UCLA 1967
Oral Roberts University Lady Titans in 1982-83 season - they lost in the 2nd round of the NIT, finished 3rd overall
The last men's team to go undefeated during the regular season and win the tournament was Indiana in 1976.
San Francisco, 1956 (29-0)
Indiana University in 1976 under Bobby Knight. 32-0
1956 San Francisco 1957 North Carolina 1964, 1967, 1972, 1973 UCLA 1976 Indiana
UNLV was undefeated in the regular season during the 1991 season, eventually losing to Duke in the NCAA tournament. Indiana University was the last team to go undefeated during the regular and post season. They were 32-0 in 1976.
Yes, the Dolphins in 1972 went undefeated during the regular season and won the Super Bowl. The 1934 and 1942 Chicago Bears went undefeated during the regular season but lost the NFL championship game both seasons. The Patriots just finished the 2007 regular season undefeated. The question was "Was there ever and undefeated NFL Season?" If you're referring to a regular season AND championship win...there was only one...the 1972 Miami Dolphins. If you're referring to and undefeated regular season only...four teams have done this...they are: 1943 Chicago Bears 1942 Chicago Bears 1972 Miami Dolphins 2007 New England Patriots Both of the above answers are inaccurate. The first team to go undefeated through an ENTIRE NFL SEASON and win the CHAMPIONSHIP was the Green Bay Packers in 1929. Curly Lambeau was their coach. The Dolphins were the 2nd team to do it, 43 years later, without resorting to any ties (NFL had tie games in those days and the Packers had 1 tie). The Packers and Dolphins are the ONLY teams to ever accomplish an undefeated NFL Championship.
The Green Bay Packers won 5 NFL championships in 11 years between 1929-1939 and had an overall regular season record of 98-35-5 during those 11 years. The Chicago Bears won 6 NFL championships in 15 years between 1932-1946 and had an overall regular season record of 122-36-13 during those 15 years. The 1934 Bears were the first team in NFL history to go through the regular season undefeated and untied (13-0-0). They lost the championship game to the Giants. The 1942 Bears also went undefeated and untied during the regular season (11-0-0) and lost the championship game to the Redskins. Incredibly, both times the undefeated/untied Bears had to play the championship game on the road.
During the 2007 season they went undefeated in the regular season before the New York Giants beat them in the Super Bowl
There are no more undefeated teams left in the National Football League during the 2010-2011 season