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54. Louisville, 1986

Pervis Ellison will go down as the name from the 1986 Final Four. Ellison dominated his position with 25 points and 11 boards in the final over Duke. The Blue Devils had the better record and more name players -- with Johnny Dawkins and Tommy Amaker -- and this title game appearance began Duke's run as an elite program under Mike Krzyzewski. The Cardinals were more of a one-hit wonder in the mid-'80s with this title. Louisville was efficient and may not have had as many stars as Duke, but it didn't wilt under pressure. "Never Nervous Pervis" delivered when the game mattered most. -- Andy Katz