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49. UCLA, 1995

UCLA fans waited 20 years for their first NCAA championship since the 1975 title run under John Wooden, and the Bruins delivered in grand fashion. UCLA went 31-2 and defeated Nolan Richardson's Arkansas in the NCAA title game, when national player of the year Ed O'Bannon scored 30 points and grabbed 17 rebounds en route to being named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four. Just as memorable from that championship run was Tyus Edney's coast-to-coast layup as time expired to beat Missouri 75-74 in the second round. -- Jason King