20. 1962 Cincinnati Bearcats

Key Players: Paul Hogue, Tom Thacker, George Wilson
Finish: Won the national championship
Record: 29-2
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You'd think that if a program lost a guy like Oscar Robertson—like the Bearcats did in 1960—it'd completely fall off the map. Or, at the very least, fall off for a few years. Yet Cincy put together a mini-dynasty in the early '60s. Led by their All-American center Hogue, they won a 'chip in '61, another one in '62, and then made it all the way to the Final Four in '63. Not bad at all for a team who lost one of the greatest basketball players ever just a few years prior.