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Name the Last 20 mens basketball champions?

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February 09, 2008 4:04AM

Championship HistoryYearChampion (Record)CoachScoreRunner-UpSite

2012

Kentucky (38-2)

John Calipari

67-59

Kansas

New Orleans, La.

2011

Connecticut (32-9)

Jim Calhoun

53-41

Butler

Houston, Texas

2010

Duke (35-5)

Mike Krzyzewski

61-59

Butler

Indianapolis, Ind.

2009

North Carolina (34-4)

Roy Williams

89-72

Michigan State

Detroit, Mich.

2008

Kansas (37-3)

Bill Self

75-68 (OT)

Memphis

San Antonio, Texas

2007

Florida (35-5)

Billy Donovan

84-75

Ohio State

Atlanta, Ga.

2006

Florida (33-6)

Billy Donovan

73-57

UCLA

Indianapolis, Ind.

2005

North Carolina (33-4)

Roy Williams

75-70

Illinois

St. Louis, Mo.

2004

Connecticut (33-6)

Jim Calhoun

82-73

Georgia Tech

San Antonio, Texas

2003

Syracuse (30-5)

Jim Boeheim

81-78

Kansas

New Orleans, La.

2002

Maryland (32-4)

Gary Williams

64-52

Indiana

Atlanta, Ga.

2001

Duke (35-4)

Mike Krzyzewski

82-72

Arizona

Minneapolis, Minn.

2000

Michigan State (32-7)

Tom Izzo

89-76

Florida

Indianapolis, Ind.

1999

Connecticut (34-2)

Jim Calhoun

77-74

Duke

St. Petersburg, Fla.

1998

Kentucky (35-4)

Tubby Smith

78-69

Utah

San Antonio, Texas

1997

Arizona (25-9)

Lute Olson

84-79 (OT)

Kentucky

Indianapolis, Ind.

1996

Kentucky (34-2)

Rick Pitino

76-67

Syraucse

East Rutherford, N.J.

1995

UCLA (31-2)

Jim Harrick

89-78

Arkansas

Seattle, Wash.

1994

Arkansas (31-3)

Nolan Richardson

76-72

Duke

Charlotte, N.C.

1993

North Carolina (34-4)

Dean Smith

77-71

Michigan

New Orleans, La.

1992

Duke (34-2)

Mike Krzyzewski

71-51

Michigan

Minneapolis, Minn.

1991

Duke (32-7)

Mike Krzyzewski

72-65

Kansas

Indianapolis, Ind.

1990

UNLV (35-5)

Jerry Tarkanian

103-73

Duke

Denver, Colo.

1989

Michigan (30-7)

Steve Fisher

80-79 (OT)

Seton Hall

Seattle, Wash.

1988

Kansas (27-11)

Larry Brown

83-79

Oklahoma

Kansas City, Mo.

1987

Indiana (30-4)

Bob Knight

74-73

Syracuse

New Orleans, La.

1986

Louisville (32-7)

Denny Crum

72-69

Duke

Dallas, Texas

1985

Villanova (25-10)

Rollie Massimino

66-64

Georgetown

Lexington, Ky,

1984

Georgetown (34-3)

John Thompson

84-75

Houston

Seattle, Wash.

1983

North Carolina State (26-10)

Jim Valvano

54-52

Houston

Albuquerque, N.M.

1982

North Carolina (32-2)

Dean Smith

63-62

Georgetown

New Orleans, La.

1981

Indiana (26-9)

Bob Knight

63-50

North Carolina

Philadelphia, Pa.

1980

Louisville (33-3)

Denny Crum

59-54

UCLA

Indianapolis, Ind.

1979

Michigan State (26-6)

Jud Heathcote

75-64

Indiana State

Salt Lake City, Utah

1978

Kentucky (30-2)

Joe Hall

94-88

Duke

St. Louis, Mo.

1977

Marquette (25-7)

Al McGuire

67-59

North Carolina

Atlanta, Ga.

1976

Indiana (32-0)

Bob Knight

86-68

Michigan

Philadelphia, Pa.

1975

UCLA (28-3)

John Wooden

92-85

Kentucky

San Diego, Calif.

1974

North Carolina State (30-1)

Norm Sloan

76-64

Marquette

Greensboro, N.C.

1973

UCLA (30-0)

John Wooden

87-66

Memphis State

St. Louis, Mo.

1972

UCLA (30-0)

John Wooden

81-76

Florida State

Los Angeles, Calif.

1971

UCLA (29-1)

John Wooden

68-62

Villanova

Houston, Texas

1970

UCLA (28-2)

John Wooden

80-69

Jacksonville

College Park, Md.

1969

UCLA (29-1)

John Wooden

92-72

Purdue

Louisville, Ky.

1968

UCLA (29-1)

John Wooden

78-55

North Carolina

Los Angeles, Calif.

1967

UCLA (30-0)

John Wooden

79-64

Dayton

Louisville, Ky.

1966

UTEP (28-1)

Don Haskins

72-65

Kentucky

College Park, Md.

1965

UCLA (28-2)

John Wooden

91-80

Michigan

Portland, Ore.

1964

UCLA (30-0)

John Wooden

98-83

Duke

Kansas City, Mo.

1963

Loyola (Ill.) (29-2)

George Ireland

60-58 (OT)

Cincinnati

Louisville, Ky.

1962

Cincinnati (29-2)

Ed Jucker

71-59

Ohio State

Louisville, Ky.

1961

Cincinnati (27-3)

Ed Jucker

70-65 (OT)

Ohio State

Kansas City, Mo.

1960

Ohio State (25-3)

Fred Taylor

75-55

California

Daly City, Calif.

1959

California (25-4)

Pete Newell

71-70

West Virginia

Louisville, Ky.

1958

Kentucky (23-6)

Adolph Rupp

84-72

Seattle

Louisville, Ky.

1957

North Carolina (32-0)

Frank McGuire

54-53 (3OT)

Kansas

Kansas City, Mo.

1956

San Francisco (29-0)

Phil Woolpert

83-71

Iowa

Evanston, Ill.

1955

San Francisco (28-1)

Phil Woolpert

77-63

LaSalle

Kansas City, Mo.

1954

La Salle (26-4)

Ken Loeffler

92-76

Bradley

Kansas City, Mo.

1953

Indiana (23-3)

Branch McCracken

69-68

Kansas

Kansas City, Mo.

1952

Kansas (28-3)

Phog Allen

80-63

St. John's

Seattle, Wash.

1951

Kentucky (32-2)

Adolph Rupp

68-58

Kansas State

Minneapolis, Minn.

1950

CCNY (24-5)

Nat Holman

71-68

Bradley

New York, N.Y.

1949

Kentucky (32-2)

Adolph Rupp

46-36

Oklahoma A&M

Seattle, Wash.

1948

Kentucky (36-3)

Adolph Rupp

58-42

Baylor

New York, N.Y.

1947

Holy Cross (27-3)

Doggie Julian

58-47

Oklahoma

New York, N.Y.

1946

Oklahoma State (31-2)

Henry Iba

43-40

North Carolina

New York, N.Y.

1945

Oklahoma State (27-4)

Henry Iba

49-45

NYU

New York, N.Y.

1944

Utah (21-4)

Vadal Peterson

42-40 (OT)

Dartmouth

New York, N.Y.

1943

Wyoming (31-2)

Everett Shelton

46-34

Georgetown

New York, N.Y.

1942

Stanford (28-4)

Everett Dean

53-38

Dartmouth

Kansas City, Mo.

1941

Wisconsin (20-3)

Bud Foster

39-34

Washington State

Kansas City, Mo.

1940

Indiana (20-3)

Branch McCracken

60-42

Kansas

Kansas City, Mo.

1939

Oregon (29-5)

Howard Hobson

46-33

Ohio State

Evanston, Ill.

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