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Which NCAA basketball team was the last to win back-to-back championships?

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Florida won the National Championship in 2006 & repeated in

2007

  • The Blue Devils consecutive championship seasons were:

  • 1991 Duke (32-7)
  • 1992 Duke (34-2)
  • It's been 14 years since any NCAA team won consecutive National

    Championships.

  • Prior to Duke's two consecutive championships, the UCLA Bruins

    won 7 consecutive championships from 1967 to 1973 and 10 of the 12

    championships from 1964 to 1975. The Texas Western Miners(now Texas

    El Paso)and the North Carolina State Wolfpack were the only other

    champions during the Bruins remarkable run. With the parity that

    now exsists in college basketball, neither of their unmatched

    streaks will most probably never be equaled. The Bruin's unmatched

    streak(s)are:

  • 1964 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1965 UCLA (28-2)
  • 1966 UTEP (28-1)
  • 1967 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1968 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1969 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1970 UCLA (28-2)
  • 1971 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1972 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1973 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1974 North Carolina St. (30-1)
  • 1975 UCLA (28-3)

  • Other 2 year consecutive champions were:

  • 1945 Oklahoma St. (27-4)
  • 1946 Oklahoma St. (31-2)

  • 1948 Kentucky (36-3)
  • 1949 Kentucky (32-2)

  • 1955 San Francisco (28-1)
  • 1956 San Francisco (29-0)

  • 1961 Cincinnati (27-3)
  • 1962 Cincinnati (29-2)

  • Here is the complete list of NCAA Hoops Champs from NCAA.com

    from the Oregon Ducks in 1939 to the Florida 'Gators in 2006:

  • 1939 Oregon (29-5)
  • 1940 Indiana (20-3)
  • 1941 Wisconsin (20-3)
  • 1942 Stanford (28-4)
  • 1943 Wyoming (31-2)
  • 1944 Utah (21-4)
  • 1945 Oklahoma St. (27-4)
  • 1946 Oklahoma St. (31-2)
  • 1947 Holy Cross (27-3)
  • 1948 Kentucky (36-3)
  • 1949 Kentucky (32-2)
  • 1950 CCNY (24-5)
  • 1951 Kentucky (32-2)
  • 1952 Kansas (28-3)
  • 1953 Indiana (23-3)
  • 1954 La Salle (26-4)
  • 1955 San Francisco (28-1)
  • 1956 San Francisco (29-0)
  • 1957 North Carolina (32-0)
  • 1958 Kentucky (23-6)
  • 1959 California (25-4)
  • 1960 Ohio St. (25-3)
  • 1961 Cincinnati (27-3)
  • 1962 Cincinnati (29-2)
  • 1963 Loyola(Ill.) (29-2)
  • 1964 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1965 UCLA (28-2)
  • 1966 UTEP (28-1)
  • 1967 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1968 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1969 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1970 UCLA (28-2)
  • 1971 UCLA (29-1)
  • 1972 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1973 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1974 North Carolina St. (30-1)
  • 1975 UCLA (28-3)
  • 1976 Indiana (32-0)
  • 1977 Marquette (25-7)
  • 1978 Kentucky (30-2)
  • 1979 Michigan St. (26-6)
  • 1980 Louisville (33-3)
  • 1981 Indiana (26-9)
  • 1982 North Carolina (32-2)
  • 1994 Arkansas (31-3)
  • 1995 UCLA (31-2)
  • 1996 Kentucky (34-2)
  • 1997 Arizona (25-9)
  • 1998 Kentucky (35-4)
  • 1999 Connecticut (34-2)
  • 2000 Michigan St. (32-7)
  • 2001 Duke (35-4)
  • 2002 Maryland (32-4)
  • 2003 Syracuse (30-5)
  • 2004 Connecticut (33-6)
  • 2005 North Carolina (33-4)
  • 2006 Florida (33-6)

  • The list of undefeated National Champions is a short one.It's

    been 30 years since any NCAA team finished with a perfect

    record.

  • 1957 North Carolina (32-0)
  • 1964 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1972 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1973 UCLA (30-0)
  • 1976 Indiana (32-0)


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