12 teams have gone undefeated with Indiana the last in 1976 1976 Indiana Hoosiers (took national title as well) Here's your answer: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2005/basketball/ncaa/02/18/bc.bkc.unbeatenhoosiers.ap/ 12 teams have gone undefeated with Indiana the last in 1976. The Connecticut Lady Huskies went undefeated last season. The 2008-2009 season as well.
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University of North Carolina Tar Heel Men's Basketball has won five championships in the teams history. Those years are 1957, 1982, 1993, 2005, and 2009.
Not quite. March Madness expanded from 53 teams to 64 teams in 1985 and expanded from 64 to 65 teams in 2001.
History says that basketball was invented in December, MDCCCLXLI. That would make CXV years between MDCCLXXVI and MDCCCLXLI.
The Miami Dolphins. ANSWER: The Cleveland Browns went 14-0 in 1948 and won the All-America Football Conference championship. They would go on to join the NFL two years later. The Dolphins were the first NFL team to go undefeated in 1972. There are college teams, of course, that go undefeated almost every season.
The UConn Womens basketball team went undefeated 3 years in a row winning the NCAA Championships 4 times.
There are no totally brand basketball teams. They we're formed in 1980 (31 years ago).
The Alabama Crimson Tide were undefeated in 1897, 1925, 1930, 1934, and 1945. They were also undefeated in 1961, 1966, 1979, 1992, and 2009.
Over the years the NCAA tournament has expanded to include more and more teams. Today, the total number of teams that make the tournament stands at 68.
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A new basketball team has not been created for many years, but new teams are crafted with different players all the time. Coaches are able to essentially create a new team by making trades with players and signing free agents to their team.