The Wolfpack!! North Carolina State University won their second NCAA title.
Kentucky has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 50 times and has been to the NCAA Final Four 13 times.
Through 2013, Kentucky has advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament 15 times.
11 with only one national championship in 1960.
The Sixth-seeded North Carolina State Wolfpack defeated the one-seed Houston Cougars in the 1983 NCAA Championship on a last second tip-in by Lorenzo Charles. This is considered one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tournament history.
In the 1974 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, the North Carolina State Wolfpack, coached by Norm Sloan, defeated Al McGuire's Marquette Warriors 76-64.
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Ohio State beat California 75-55 in the 1960 final.
Kentucky has won the NCAA title 7 times
Tom Izzo has led Michigan St. to the Final Four 6 times.
UNC and Michigan State.
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since NCAA start they do not have a title
In 2008 this was the first time in the history og Men's NCAA basketball tournment were all four number seeds have had it to the final four. In 2008 for the first time in history of the Men's NCAA basketball tournament all four number one seeds reached the NCAA final four.
2010 is Butler's first time in the final four so 1.
Michigan State, Indiana State, DePaul and Penn.
Brigham Young University has made 22 NCAA Tournament appearances without advancing to the final four. This is as of the end of the 2007 season.
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Florida, Ohio State, UCLA and Georgetown.
The NCAA Final Four was played in Denver in 1990.
The 2010 final four has Butler vs. Michigan state and Duke vs. West Virginia.
1939 was the first NCAA tournament. The teams participating were: Oregon, Texas, Oklahoma, Utah State, Villanova, Brown, Wake Forest, Ohio State Ohio State and Oregon played in the Final with Oregon winning the first NCAA Tournament.
The final score of the final game in the 2011 NCAA championship game was:Connecticut 53 Butler 41
The Buffaloes have competed in 11 NCAA Tournaments, making it to the Final Four twice (1942), and (1955).