Only UCLA has ever gone to more than two back-to-back, but here's the list of teams who've gone to consecutive NCAA Division I Championships and the years they did it:
1945 & 1946 - Oklahoma A&M
1948 & 1949 - University of Kentucky
1955 & 1956 - San Francisco
1961 & 1962 - Cincinnati
1964 & 1965 - UCLA
1967, '68, '69, '70, '71, '72 & 1973 - UCLA
1991 & 1992 - Duke
2006 & 2007 - Florida
The record is 11 teams.
The Big East conference sent 11 teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2011.
8, twice by the Big East. in '06 and '08 i think
EDIT: uh...no. In 2009 the Big East was the first conference to have five teams advance to the sweet sixteen.
The winner of each conference championship gets an automatic bid. All the rest is picked by the committee. There is no rigid quota saying that how many from each conference can .
There were 53 teams in the 1984 NCAA Men's Basketball Championship (5 play-in games before the tournament).
The Oakland A's won their third consecutive world championship in 1974, defeating the Los Angeles in five games.
a lot of teams. In fact, about 100!
Michigan state and North Carolina
Lots of teams did not win. Only 9 teams actually won the championship.
As the name suggests, there are 4 teams and therefore 2 games in the Final Four. The winner of those 2 games then play for the championship.
There are 32 games for each conference. Then when there are 16 teams left, they all play each other until there are 8 teams. Then the 8 teams play for the final 4. And then the final 4 play, and the final 2 play for the Championship.
The Philadelphia Warriors defeated the Chicago Stags 4 games to 1 to win the 1947 championship. The NBA in 1947 was known as the Basketball Association of America. The name was changed to National Basketball Association in 1949 when the BAA merged with teams from the National Basketball League.