The 75 Greatest College Basketball Programs of All-Time Statistically Ranked

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Apr 8, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Louisville Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino (middle) poses with his family after the championship game in the 2013 NCAA mens Final Four against the Michigan Wolverines at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

10. Arizona Wildcats: 395 Points

The second-highest ranked team from the Pac-12 are the Wildcats. They’ve only won one National Championship, but have been Runner-Up another time and have been to four Final Fours. Their 26 conference championships are quite impressive, as are their 30 NCAA Tournament appearances.

9. Cincinnati Bearcats: 399 Points

The Bearcats have won two National Championships all-time and have been Runner-Up once. They’ve gone to six Final Fours and been invited to the NCAA Tournament 28 times. They’ve won their conference 27 times in their history as well.

Nov 15, 2013; Bloomington, IN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers championship banners hanging before the game against the Samford Bulldogs at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

8. Indiana Hoosiers: 445 Points

One of the most prestigious programs in NCAA history is Indiana. They’ve slipped up a bit in recent years, but still come in at No. 8 all-time. They’ve won five National Championships, been Runner-Up once, and have gone to eight Final Fours. They’ve won the their conference 21 times and gone to the Big Dance 37 times. They’re the highest ranked Big Ten team on this list.

7. Connecticut Huskies: 456 Points

The Huskies have vaulted their way up this list thanks to their dominance in recent years. But all-time they’ve won their conference 29 times and been invited to 32 NCAA Tournaments. Most impressive are their four National Championships (all in recent years) and five Final Four appearances.

6. Louisville Cardinals: 477 Points

Louisville is sometimes overlooked when the all-time great basketball programs are talked about, but it shouldn’t be anymore. The Cardinals have won three National Championships and gone to an impressive 10 Final Fours. They’ve also won their conference 23 times and have been invited to the Big Dance 40 times.

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