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16. Kentucky, 2012

"I wanted everybody to see we were the best team this season. We were the best team. I wanted this to be one for the ages." That was Kentucky coach John Calipari just a few minutes after cutting down the nets at the 2012 Final Four, where his collection of NBA-ready talent -- the most important among it freshmen Anthony Davis and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist -- had finished steamrolling the rest of college basketball with stifling defense, hyper-efficient offense and a cohesion well beyond their years. It's too early to know whether the 2012 Wildcats will be a team for the ages, but there's no doubt they're the team for their age. -- Eamonn Brennan