Yes, in 2001-2002. They went 32-4 (15-1 in ACC play). In the NCAA Tournament they beat Siena 85-70 in the first round, in the second round they beat Wisconsin 87-57, in the Sweet 16 they beat Kentucky 78-68, in the Elite 8 they beat Connecticut 90-82, in the Final 4 they beat Kansas 97-88, and in the finals Gary Williams' Terps beat Mike Davis' Indiana 64-52. Tournament MVP Juan Dixon scored 18 points. For the season, Juan Dixon led the team in PPG with 20.4. Lonny Baxter led the Terps in RPG with 8.2. Steve Blake led the team in APG with 7.9. Maryland had an impressive 4 NBAers in their starting lineup.
UCLA won 7 straight NCAA Men's Basketball Championships from 1967-1973.
Marquette won the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship in 1977.
Michigan State. They are better in every category. And they are ranked 9th in the country.
I'm pretty certain it was in 2000
Michigan State defeated Indiana State, 75-64, to win the 1979 NCAA basketball tournament.
This team was Oklahoma State.
Michigan has never won, they have only made it to the natinal championship game. Michigan State won in 1979 and 2000
They have 4 titles. 1991, 1992, 2001, & 2010
North Carolina beat Michigan to win the 1993 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship.
The "Final Four" are the four teams that win the regional championships in the NCAA basketball tournament, thus becoming the final four teams in the tournament.
None, they have never won the NCAA Tournament. The have been in the championship game 5 times but have yet to win it.