Phog Allen
1940 - beat Rice 50-44; beat Colorado 60-56, OT; lost to Indiana 60-42.
NCAA runnerup.
1942 - lost to Colorado 46-44; beat Rice 55-53.
1952 - beat Texas Christian 68-64; beat Saint Louis 74-55; beat Santa Clara 74-55; beat St. John's 80-63. NCAA champion.
M 61-55; beat Washington 79-53; lost to Indiana 69-68. NCAA runnerup.
Dick Harp
1957 - beat Southern Methodist 73-65, OT; beat Oklahoma City 81-61; beat San Francisco 80-56; lost to North Carolina 54-53, 3OT. NCAA runnerup.
1960 - beat Texas 90-81; lost to Cincinnati 82-71.
Ted Owens
1966 - beat Southern Methodist 76-70; lost to Texas Western 81-80, 2OT.
1967 - lost to Houston 66-53; beat Louisville 70-68.
1971 - beat Houston 78-77; beat Drake 73-71; lost to UCLA 68-60; lost to Western Kentucky 77-75. Final Four.
1974 - beat Creighton 55-54; beat Oral Roberts 93-90, OT; lost to Marquette 64-51; lost to UCLA 78-61. Final Four.
1975 - lost to Notre Dame 77-71.
1978 - lost to UCLA 83-76.
1981 - beat Mississippi 69-66; beat Arizona State 88-71; lost to Wichita State 66-65.
Larry Brown
1984 - beat Alcorn State 57-56; lost to Wake Forest 69-59.
1985 - beat Ohio U. 49-38; lost to Auburn 66-64.
T 71-46; beat Temple 65-43; beat Michigan State 96-86, OT; beat North Carolina State 75-67; lost to Duke 71-67. Final Four.
1987 - beat Houston 66-55; beat Southwest Missouri State 67-63; lost to Georgetown 70-57.
1988 - beat Xavier, Ohio 85-72; beat Murray State 61-58; beat Vanderbilt 77-64; beat Kansas State 71-58; beat Duke 66-59; beat Oklahoma 83-79. NCAA champion.
Roy Williams
1990 - beat Robert Morris 79-71; lost to UCLA 71-70.
1991 - beat New Orleans 55-49; beat Pittsburgh 77-66; beat Indiana 83-65; beat Arkansas 93-81; beat North Carolina 79-73; lost to Duke 72-65.
NCAA runnerup.
1992 - beat Howard U. 100-67; lost to Texas-El Paso 66-60.
1993 - beat Ball State 94-72; beat Brigham Young 90-76; beat California 93-76; beat Indiana 83-77; lost to North Carolina 78-68. Final Four.
1994 - beat Tennessee-Chattanooga 102-73; beat Wake Forest 69-58; lost to Purdue 83-78.
1995 - beat Colgate 82-68; beat Western Kentucky 75-70; lost to Virginia 67-58.
1996 - beat South Carolina State 92-54; beat Santa Clara 76-51; beat Arizona 83-80; lost to Syracuse 60-57.
1997 - beat Jackson State 78-64; beat Purdue 75-61; lost to Arizona 85-82.
1998 - beat Prairie View 110-52; lost to Rhode Island 80-75.
1999 - beat Evansville 95-74; lost to Kentucky 92-88, OT.
2000 - beat DePaul 81-77, OT; lost to Duke 69-64.
2001 - beat Cal State Northridge 99-75; beat Syracuse 87-58; lost to Illinois 80-64.
2002 - beat Holy Cross 70-59; beat Stanford 86-63; beat Illinois 73-69; beat Oregon 104-86; lost to Maryland 97-88. Final Four.
2003 - beat Utah State 64-61; beat Arizona State 108-76; beat Duke 69-65; beat Arizona 78-75; beat Marquette 94-61; lost to Syracuse 81-78.
NCAA runnerup.
Bill Self
2004 - beat Illinois-Chicago 78-53; beat Pacific 78-63; beat Alabama-Birmingham 100-74; lost to Georgia Tech 79-71, OT.
2005 - lost to Bucknell 64-63.
2006 - lost to Bradley 77-73.
2007 - beat Niagara 107-67; beat Kentucky 88-76; beat Southern Illinois 61-58; lost to UCLA 68-55.
2008 - beat Portland State 85-61; beat UNLV 75-56; beat Villanova 72-57; beat Davidson 59-57; beat North Carolina 84-66; beat Memphis 75-68, OT. NCAA champion.

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