Undefeated seasons are rarely achieved

Originally Published: January 4, 2009
By Dana O'Neil | ESPN.com

John Calipari was about to adjourn the first meeting of the 1995-96 basketball season when Tyrone Weeks asked to be heard.

Calipari had just asked his Massachusetts basketball team to set some team goals. A year earlier, the Minutemen had rolled to the Elite Eight but they had lost a lot, graduating Lou Roe and Derek Kellogg from their lineup. So when Edgar Padilla said he thought UMass should strive to win a national championship, Calipari smiled. It was an impossible long ...

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