The college basketball teams with the most national championships

The Wildcats’ first title still holds the record for the lowest-seeded team to win the NCAA tournament, as 8-seed Villanova upset mighty 1-seed Georgetown in 1985.

Connecticut is tied with Duke and North Carolina for the most national championships this century, but there’s a much more prestigious record the Huskies hold.

The Tar Heels wouldn’t make it back to the championship game until 1968, in Dean Smith’s seventh year in Chapel Hill.

It was the second of three straight Final Four trips without a title, but Smith’s first (and UNC’s second) would come in 1982, thanks to a roster of James Worthy, Sam Perkins, and Michael Jordan.

Adolph Rupp started at Kentucky in 1930-31, but it wasn’t until his 18th season, in 1948, that the Wildcats would win the program’s first NCAA tournament title.

Returning Finalist Rhyne Howard Joined by Aliyah Boston, Paige Bueckers and Dana Evans in Pursuit of Player of the Year Award.

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