1. UCLA (30-0), 1971-72
No team in the history of the college game has been more dominant than Wooden’s eighth National Championship squad. With the likes of Bill Walton, Henry Bibby and Keith Wilkes, the Bruins average margin of victory was 31 points. Walton concluded his first collegiate season by recording 24 points and 20 rebounds in the title-game victory over Florida State. UCLA’s victory over FSU marked the school’s 45th straight victory — a streak that would reach 88 games. From 1972-74, Walton led UCLA to an 86-4 record and two National Championships.
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