Final Fours in which three of the four teams entering had won at least 30 games (national champion in CAPS):
1985 - Georgetown (34-2), Memphis State (31-3), St. John's (31-3)
1986 - Duke (36-2), Kansas (35-3), LOUISVILLE (30-7)
1993 - Kentucky (30-3), Michigan (30-4), NORTH CAROLINA (32-4)
1998 - KENTUCKY (33-4), North Carolina (33-3), Stanford (30-4)
1999 - CONNECTICUT (32-2), Duke (36-1), Michigan State (33-4)
2002 - Kansas (32-3), MARYLAND (30-4), Oklahoma (31-4)
2004 - CONNECTICUT (31-6), Duke (31-5), Oklahoma State (31-3)
2008 - Kansas (35-3), Memphis (37-1), North Carolina (36-2), Ucla (35-3)
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NOTE: Villanova (25-10) won the 1985 national championship.
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