I Want to say Indiana with 60 Being closest but who knows I'm not Into College Hoops
No, they lost to Duke, 61-59.
Marquette won over UNC 67-59. The others in the Final Four were UNC-Charlotte and UNLV.
Marquette went 25-7 in 1977 en route to defeating North Carolina 67-59 in the National Championship game.
NCAA Division I -- 73, Wichita State 1982 (14 losses) NCAA Division II -- 61, Kennesaw (Ga.) State 1998 (5 losses) NCAA Division III -- 59, Marietta (Ohio) College 1981 (5 losses) NAIA -- 73, Oklahoma City, 2007 (7 losses)
Duke did, 61-59.
The last time the Kentucky Wildcats missed the NCAA Tournament was in 2013 under John Calipari. Record: 21-12 (12-6 SEC) They did however appear in post season play by making the NIT as a #1 seed; where they lost to Robert Morris a #8 seed in the First Round on March 19, 2013 by a score of 57-59.
Bill Myers who resently left the Florida Gators Played 59 games to win 50. However there could be a second coach who ties him.
Assuming you mean only the Final Four and not the NCAA Tournament overall, the answer is UCLA. Depending on which games you choose to include, the number of wins is a constant subject for debate. UCLA has 11 National Championships, the best record of any NCAA school. One of the arguments over which wins to score stems from the 1980 Championship Game appearance against Louisville. Although the Bruins defeated Purdue (67-62) to reach the finals, the NCAA later vacated the win based upon alleged rules violations. Louisville beat the Bruins to take the National Championship, 59-54. The other is whether one wishes to count the consolation games which were only played from 1946 to 1981. In those games the losers of each semi-final game played for the third place position. UCLA won twice (2 wins). In 1974 UCLA beat Kansas, and in 1976 UCLA beat Rutgers. 11 National Championships (22 wins in the final four, one win for the semi-final, one win for the National Championship); 2 semi-final wins without a win in the National Championship game (1980, 2006, 2 wins); 2 consolation wins (2 wins); and the 1980 semi-final win which was later vacated (-1). Now all you have to do is decide which wins you want to include and do the math.
Duke beat Butler 61-59.
In Division 1, Marquette defeated the University of North Carolina, 67-59, to win the NCAA Championship in 1977.