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65. Loyola (Ill.), 1963

On a national level, Loyola may not be remembered as much as past NCAA champions from tradition-rich schools. But you can bet the 1963 Ramblers are still celebrated in Illinois, as they are the only school in state history to win a national basketball title. Racism was still an issue in college basketball in 1963, but that didn't prevent Loyola from starting four black players. The Ramblers lost two games all season and led the country with a scoring average of 91.8 points per game. Loyola's players were in such good shape that each of them played all 45 minutes in a 60-58 overtime victory against Cincinnati in the NCAA title game. -- Jason King