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71. Paul Hogue, Cincinnati

Hogue succeeded where Oscar Robertson could not at Cincinnati in the NCAA tournament. Robertson departed Cincinnati as college basketball's all-time leading scorer in 1960, having led the Bearcats to consecutive Final Four appearances but no championship-game berth. Led by Hogue and Tom Thacker, the Bearcats won two consecutive national championships in 1961 and '62, beating Jerry Lucas-led Ohio State teams both times. Hogue averaged 20.4 points and 13.1 rebounds a game during the two-year stretch.
-- Conor Nevins