There have been four other undefeated NCAA Champions: *The 1964 UCLA Bruins (30-0) *The 1972 UCLA Bruins (30-0) *The 1973 UCLA Bruins (30-0) *The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers (32-0) *Given that it has been 30 years since an NCAA team finished the season as undefeated National Champs, it appears to be very unlikely that the UCLA Bruin's remarkable 60-0 record over consecutive National Championship seasons in 1972 & 1973 will be equalled or bettered in the forseeable future. *The 1976 Indiana Hoosiers were the last to have a chance and no team since then has finished the season with fewer than 2 losses. Those 2-loss teams are: *The 1978 Kentucky Wildcats (30-2) There is one more team to finish a season with only two losses. *The 2004-2005 Illinois Fighting Illini (37-2) *The 1982 North Carolina Tarheels (32-2) *The 1995 UCLA Bruins (31-2) *The 1996 Kentucky Wildcats (34-2) *The 1999 Connecticut Huskies (34-2)
No, but we are the first with 2000 wins!
San Francisco, 1956 (29-0)
The finals of the 1939 NCAA Division I basketball championship, the first ever, was played at Patten Gymnasium in Evanston, Illinois which was home to the Northwestern University basketball team.
Oregon ducks won the first National Championship in 1939.
University Of Rhode Island (URI)
The first women's team (college basketball) to go undefeated and win the title was Texas in 1985-86.
The 1948 Cleveland Browns of the All American Football Conference had a regular season record of 14-0 and won the AAFC championship game over the Buffalo Bills to become the first professional football team to go through an entire season, including playoffs, undefeated.
The first NCAA basketball championship was won by Oregon. They beat Ohio State 46-33 in Evanston, Ill 1939.