Bob Knight's 1976 national championship team at Indiana is the last to go undefeated.
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61. Quinn Buckner, Indiana

Buckner was the quintessential point guard for coach Bobby Knight's 1976 national champion Hoosiers. He was a physical on-ball defender who would dominate the ball at the point of attack. He orchestrated the Indiana motion offense and delivered the ball on time and on target to All-Americans Scott May and Kent Benson. Buckner's greatest attribute was his leadership ability. He was a coach's player: unselfish, a great teammate, first to the floor and set the tone for the Hoosiers. He was a relentless competitor who never took a play off. He could score if needed but understood that his role was to make everyone better. In a word, he was special. -- Seth Greenberg