He did it again.
With Duke's 68-63 win over Wisconsin in Monday's title game, Mike Krzyzewski broke a tie with Adolph Rupp and is now second all-time with five national championships.
In a different era, the legendary John Wooden won 10 titles in a 12-year span. But with his latest triumph, Coach K joins Jim Calhoun as the only coaches to win Division I national titles in three different decades.
Let's take a quick look back at each of Krzyzewski's championships and marvel at the man's never-changing hair. ...
After his latest championship, many of you might be debating where Krzyzewski now ranks among the greatest college basketball coaches of all-time. He has won more games (1,017) than any coach in Division I history and only one has more national titles.
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