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Darryl
08-14-2012, 12:05 AM
The top 7 NCAA programs based on success in the NCAA Tournament are:
1. UK
2. UCLA
3. UNC
4. Duke
5. Kansas
6. Indiana
7. Louisville

How often have they played each other in the one and done environment of the NCAAT. I will show UK 1st and what round each played:

Kentucky leads Duke 3-2
1966 UK won in the Final 4
1978 UK won in the NCAA Title game
1980 Duke won in Sweet 16 (at Rupp)
1992 Duke won in Elite 8
1998 UK won in Elite 8

Kentucky leads Louisville 3-2
1951 UK won in 1st round
1959 Louisville won in Sweet 16
1983 Louisville won in Elite 8
1984 UK won in Sweet 16
2012 UK won in Final 4

Kentucky leads Indiana 3-1
1973 Indiana won in Elite 8
1975 UK won in Elite 8
1983 UK won in Sweet 16
2012 UK won in Sweet 16

Kentucky leads Kansas 2-1
1999 UK won Rd of 32
2007 Kansas won Rd of 32
2012 UK won in NCAA Title Game

Kentucky/UCLA tied 1-1
1975 UCLA won NCAA Title game
1998 UK won Rd of 32

UNC leads UK 2-1
1977 UNC Won in Elite 8
1995 UNC won in Elite 8
2011 UK won in Elite 8

All time Kentucky is 13-9 versus these programs

UCLA is 14-7.
5-0 vs Kansas, 4-1 vs Louisville, 2-2 vs Indiana, 1-1 vs Kentucky, 1-1 vs North Carolina, 1-2 vs Duke

North Carolina is 8-8:
0-0 vs Duke, 2-1 vs Kentucky, 3-1 vs Louisville, 1-1 vs UCLA, 2-3 vs Kansas, and 0-2 vs Indiana

Duke is 8-9:
0-0 vs UNC, 2-3 vs Kentucky, 3-2 vs Kansas, 1-2 vs Indiana, 0-1 vs Louisville, and 2-1 vs UCLA

Kansas is 9-14:
0-5 vs UCLA, 1-2 vs Kentucky, 2-3 vs Duke, 3-2 vs UNC, 2-2 vs Indiana, and 1-0 vs Louisville

Louisville is 5-12:
2-3 vs Kentucky, 0-1 vs Kansas, 1-0 vs Duke, 1-3 vs North Carolina, 1-4 vs UCLA, and 0-1 vs Indiana

Indiana is 10-8:
1-0 vs Louisville, 2-2 vs UCLA, 2-2 vs Kansas, 2-1 vs Duke, 2-0 vs North Carolina, and 1-3 vs Kentucky

Hope those numbers are all correct :o

Darryl

UKHistory
08-14-2012, 11:04 AM
That is pretty good for UK. It also shows that when IU has had good teams in tournament play it has been able to compete with other multiple national title winners.

Darrell KSR
08-14-2012, 02:51 PM
The Louisville numbers are the ones that just pop out at ya, and not in a good way.