Bob Knight's 1976 national championship team at Indiana is the last to go undefeated.
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3. Indiana, 1976

Were it not for Scott May's arm injury in 1975, the Hoosiers might have won back-to-back titles -- one in 1975 and then again in 1976. In any case, they made up for it in 1976, going 32-0 against a legitimately tough Big Ten, nonconference and NCAA tournament schedule before winning the national title. They remain the last undefeated team in college hoops, and it's hard to imagine anyone equaling them anytime soon. May, who was selected with the No. 2 in that year's NBA draft, was joined by Kent Benson on the All-America team. Quinn Buckner was selected five spots after May in the draft at No. 7. -- Eamonn Brennan