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33. Clyde Lovellette, Kansas

Long before Mario Chalmers and Danny Manning etched their name in Kansas NCAA tournament lore, much of the Jayhawks' storied tradition was based on the accomplishments of Clyde Lovellette. The 6-foot-10 native of Terre Haute, Ind., sparked Kansas to the 1952 NCAA title with one of the greatest four-game stretches in postseason history. Lovellette scored 31, 44, 33 and 33 points during four NCAA tournament games for an average of 35.3 points. His efforts earned him Most Outstanding Player honors at the Final Four. Lovellette averaged 28.5 points that season. He is still the only player to win a national title while leading the nation in scoring the same year. -- Jason King