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Final Four Cumulative Coaching Records

Championships10 — John Wooden, UCLA4 — Mike Krzyzewski, Duke; Adolph Rupp, Kentucky3 — Jim Calhoun, Connecticut; Bob Knight, Indiana2 — Denny Crum, Louisville; Billy Donovan, Florida; Henry Iba, Oklahoma A&M; Ed Jucker, Cincinnati; Branch McCracken, Indiana; Rick Pitino, Kentucky-Louisville; Dean Smith, North Carolina; Roy Williams, North Carolina; Phil Woolpert, San FranciscoFinal Four Appearances12 — John Wooden, UCLA11 — Mike Krzyzewski, Duke; Dean Smith, North Carolina7 — Rick Pitino, Providence-Kentucky-Louisville, Roy Williams, Kansas-North Carolina6 — Denny Crum, Louisville; Tom Izzo, Michigan State; Adolph Rupp, Kentucky5 — Bob Knight, Indiana; Guy Lewis, Houston; Lute Olson, Iowa-ArizonaConsecutive Final Four Appearances9 — John Wooden, UCLA, 1967-755 — Mike Krzyzewski, Duke, 1988-923 — Ben Howland, UCLA, 2006-08; Tom Izzo, Michgan State, 1999-01; Ed Jucker, Cincinnati, 1961-63; Guy Lewis, Houston, 1982-84; Harold Olsen, Ohio State, 1944-46; Dean Smith, North Carolina, 1967-69...

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  1. Undefeated Teams Entering NCAA Tournament

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  6. Final Four Cumulative Coaching Records

    Championships10 — John Wooden, UCLA4 — Mike Krzyzewski, Duke; Adolph Rupp, Kentucky3 — Bob Knight, Indiana; Jim Calhoun, Connecticut2 — Denny Crum, Louisville; Billy...

  7. Short-handed Gators beat Rockets

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