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41. Scott May, Indiana

In Scott May's case, individual statistics are almost beside the point. What matters about May is what the Indiana Hoosiers achieved with him as their centerpiece -- something no team has accomplished since. During the 1974-75 and 1975-76 seasons, the May-led Hoosiers lost just one game, a 92-90 Mideast Regional defeat to Kentucky, a game in which May played just seven minutes … with a broken arm. The following season, in 1975-76, Indiana dominated the regular season and the NCAA tournament, becoming the last team in the history of college hoops to finish an entire season undefeated. Even crazier? Some Hoosiers fans still swear the 1975 team was better. May & Co. were just that good. -- Eamonn Brennan