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Louisville (65-40)

Peck Hickman

1951 — lost to Kentucky 79-68.

1959 — beat Eastern Kentucky 77-63; beat Kentucky 76-61; beat Michigan State 88-81; lost to West Virginia 94-79; lost to Cincinnati 98-85. Final Four.

1961 — beat Ohio University 76-70; lost to Ohio State 56-55; beat Morehead State 83-61.

1964 — lost to Ohio University 71-69.

1967 — lost to SMU 83-81; lost to Kansas 70-68.

John Dromo

1968 — lost to Houston 91-75; beat Kansas State 93-83.

Denny Crum

1972 — beat Southwestern Louisiana 88-84; beat Kansas State 72-65; lost to UCLA 96-77; lost to North Carolina 105-91. Final Four.

1974 — lost to Oral Roberts 96-93; lost to Creighton 80-71.

1975 — beat Rutgers 91-78; beat Cincinnati 78-63; beat Maryland 96-82; lost to UCLA 75-74, OT; beat Syracuse 96-8, OT. Final Four.

1977 — lost to UCLA 87-79.

1978 — beat St. John's 76-68; lost to DePaul 90-89, 2OT.

1979 — beat South Alabama 69-66; lost to Arkansas 73-62.

1980 — beat Kansas State 71-69, OT; beat Texas A&M 66-55, OT; beat LSU 86-66; beat Iowa 80-72; beat UCLA 59-54. NCAA champion.

1981 — lost to Arkansas 74-73.

1982 — beat Middle Tennessee State 81-56; beat Minnesota 67-61; beat UAB 75-68; lost to Georgetown 50-46. Final Four.

1983 — beat Tennessee 70-57; beat Arkansas 65-63; beat Kentucky 80-68, OT; lost to Houston 94-81. Final Four.

1984 — beat Morehead State 72-59; beat Tulsa 69-67; lost to Kentucky 72-67.

1986 — beat Drexel 93-73; beat Bradley 82-68; beat North Carolina 94-79; beat Auburn 84-76; beat LSU 88-77; beat Duke 72-69. NCAA champion.

1988 — beat Oregon State 70-61; beat BYU 97-76; lost to Oklahoma 108-98.

1989 — beat Arkansas-Little Rock 76-71; beat Arkansas 93-84; lost to Illinois 83-69.

1990 — beat Idaho 78-59; lost to Ball State 62-60.

1992 — beat Wake Forest 81-58; lost to UCLA 85-69.

1993 — beat Delaware 76-70; beat Oklahoma State 78-63; lost to Indiana 82-69.

1994 — beat Boise State 67-58; beat Minnesota 60-55; lost to Arizona 82-70.

1995 — lost to Memphis 77-56.

1996 — beat Tulsa 82-80, OT; beat Villanova 68-64; lost to Wake Forest 60-59.

1997 — beat Massachusetts 65-57; beat New Mexico 64-63; beat Texas 78-63; lost to North Carolina 97-74.

1999 — lost to Creighton 62-58.

2000 — lost to Gonzaga 77-66.

Rick Pitino

2003 — beat Austin Peay 86-64; lost to Butler 79-71.

2004 — lost to Xavier 80-70.

2005 — beat Louisiana-Lafayette 68-62; beat Georgia Tech 76-54; beat Washington 93-79; beat West Virginia 93-85, OT; lost to Illinois 72-57.