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Connecticut's men's basketball success doesn't stretch back too far. But its recent run is hard to match: four Final Fours and four national titles since 1999, with Monday night's 60-54 victory over Kentucky the latest to seal the trophy. Where does UConn rank among the greatest programs ever? What about those Wildcats? Click on the logos below to set your list!

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All-Time CBB Programs

Arizona

Arizona

4 Final Fours, 1 championship

Cincinnati

Cincinnati

6 Final Fours, 2 championships

Connecticut

Connecticut

5 Final Fours, 4 championships

Duke

Duke

15 Final Fours, 4 championships

Georgetown

Georgetown

5 Final Fours, 1 championship

Indiana

Indiana

8 Final Fours, 5 championships

Kansas

Kansas

14 Final Fours, 3 championships

Kentucky

Kentucky

16 Final Fours, 8 championships

Louisville

Louisville

10 Final Fours, 3 championships

Michigan

Michigan

7 Final Fours (2 vacated), 1 championship

Michigan State

Michigan State

8 Final Fours, 2 championships

North Carolina

North Carolina

18 Final Fours, 5 championships

Ohio State

Ohio State

11 Final Fours (1 vacated), 1 championship

Syracuse

Syracuse

5 Final Fours, 1 championships

UCLA

UCLA

18 Final Fours (1 vacated), 11 championships

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Less than a week remains before Selection Sunday, and a good 20 teams remain firmly on the bubble, according to ESPN's Eamonn Brennan. How do they stack up against each other? Click on the logos below to set your rankings!

Tourney Bubble Teams

Arizona State

Arizona State

Record: 20-10, 10-8 Pac-12
RPI: 45, SOS: 56

Arkansas

Arkansas

Record: 21-10, 10-8 SEC
RPI: 53; SOS: 89

Brigham Young

Brigham Young

Record: 22-10, 13-5 WCC
RPI: 31; SOS: 38

California

California

Record: 19-12, 10-8 Pac-12
RPI: 52; SOS: 31

Colorado

Colorado

Record: 21-10, 10-8 Pac-12
RPI: 30, SOS: 12

Dayton

Dayton

Record: 22-9, 10-6 A-10
RPI: 40; SOS: 48

Florida State

Florida State

Record: 18-12, 9-9 ACC
RPI: 58, SOS: 47

Georgetown

Georgetown

Record: 17-13, 8-10 Big East
RPI: 55; SOS: 9

Gonzaga

Gonzaga

Record: 22-6, 15-3 WCC
RPI: 28; SOS: 106

Louisiana Tech

Louisiana Tech

Record: 25-6, 13-3 C-USA
RPI: 65, SOS: 247

Minnesota

Minnesota

Record: 19-12, 8-10 Big Ten
RPI: 49; SOS: 5

Nebraska

Nebraska

Record: 19-11, 11-7 Big Ten
RPI: 35, SOS: 26

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

Record: 23-8, 11-7 ACC
RPI: 41; SOS: 84

Providence

Providence

Record: 20-11, 10-8 Big East
RPI: 54; SOS: 77

Saint Joseph's

Saint Joseph's

Record: 21-9, 11-5 A-10
RPI: 48; SOS: 68

St. John's

St. John's

Record: 20-11, 10-8 Big East
RPI: 57; SOS: 52

Southern Miss

Southern Miss

Record: 26-5, 13-3 C-USA
RPI: 34; SOS: 162

Stanford

Stanford

Record: 19-11, 10-8 Pac-12
RPI: 43; SOS: 15

Tennessee

Tennessee

Record: 20-11, 11-7 SEC
RPI: 46, SOS: 16

Xavier

Xavier

Record: 20-11, 10-8 Big East
RPI: 47; SOS: 40

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With less than two weeks until Selection Sunday, the NCAA tournament Bubble Watch is full-on, with several teams navigating the ranks of "should be in" and "work left to do." Eamonn Brennan has his breakdown here, but how do you feel about the teams involved? We've listed 12 bubble contenders; click on the logos below to set your rankings!

Tourney Bubble Teams

Arkansas

Arkansas

Record: 20-9, 9-7 SEC
RPI: 53; SOS: 79

Brigham Young

Brigham Young

Record: 21-10, 13-5 WCC
RPI: 35; SOS: 29

California

California

Record: 18-11, 9-7 Pac-12
RPI: 51; SOS: 42

Dayton

Dayton

Record: 20-9, 8-6 A-10
RPI: 49; SOS: 57

Georgetown

Georgetown

Record: 16-12, 7-9 Big East
RPI: 61; SOS: 19

Minnesota

Minnesota

Record: 18-12, 7-10 Big Ten
RPI: 45; SOS: 3

Missouri

Missouri

Record: 20-9, 8-8 SEC
RPI: 48; SOS: 87

Nebraska

Nebraska

Record: 17-11, 9-7 Big Ten
RPI: 54, SOS: 37

Oregon

Oregon

Record: 20-8, 8-8 Pac-12
RPI: 33; SOS: 50

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh

Record: 22-8, 10-7 ACC
RPI: 50; SOS: 90

Providence

Providence

Record: 19-10, 9-7 Big East
RPI: 58; SOS: 80

Tennessee

Tennessee

Record: 18-11, 9-7 SEC
RPI: 47, SOS: 13

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Butler, Xavier and Creighton look to make a new legacy as they've joined seven programs from the old Big East to form the new-look Big East. Will any of the league's newcomers step up and claim the conference title in its first season? Where will holdovers Georgetown and Marquette place? Click the logos below to set your rankings!

Conference rankings: ACC | American | A-10 | Big 12 | Big Ten | C-USA | Pac-12 | SEC

More rankings: 2013-14 preseason Top 25 | Conferences

2013-14 Big East basketball teams

Butler

Butler

2012-13 overall: 27-9
2013 Horizon: 11-5

Creighton

Creighton

2012-13 overall: 28-8
2013 Missouri Valley: 13-5

DePaul

DePaul

2012-13 overall: 11-21
2013 Big East: 2-16

Georgetown

Georgetown

2012-13 overall: 25-7
2013 Big East: 14-4

Marquette

Marquette

2012-13 overall: 26-9
2013 Big East: 14-4

Providence

Providence

2012-13 overall: 19-15
2013 Big East: 9-9

Seton Hall

Seton Hall

2012-13 overall: 15-18
2013 Big East: 3-15

St. John's

St. John's

2012-13 overall: 17-16
2013 Big East: 8-10

Villanova

Villanova

2012-13 overall: 20-14
2013 Big East: 10-8

Xavier

Xavier

2012-13 overall: 17-14
2013 A-10: 9-7

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It was a tall order to study all 74 teams to have won the NCAA basketball tournament over the years and then rank them, but that's exactly what our team of college hoops experts have done. We'll make your job a little easier and just list their top 20 for you to put in order. Click on the logos below to submit your ballot.

Best NCAA tourney champions

Kentucky (2012)

North Carolina (2009)

Florida (2007)

UConn (1999)

UConn (1999)

Connecticut

Kentucky (1996)

Arkansas (1994)

Duke (1992)

UNLV (1990)

Georgetown (1984)

North Carolina (1982)

Indiana (1976)

NC State (1974)

UCLA (1973)

UCLA (1972)

UCLA (1969)

UCLA (1968)

UCLA (1967)

UCLA (1964)

Ohio State (1960)

San Francisco (1956)

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