Scotty May was a driving force.

Can Syracuse or Wichita State match these seven perfect seasons? (6)

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1976 Indiana Hoosiers

Record: 32-0

The Hoosiers are the last team to ever go a full regular and post season undefeated.

And they began their run in confident fashion, beating a Soviet Union team 94-78 in a preseason match up.

Finishing with a perfect 32-0 record, the team consisted of three All-Americans, whilst seven of their roster would ultimately be drafted into the NBA.

Their perfect run was spearheaded by Scott May who enjoyed a more produce career in college than in the pros – the 1976 National Player of the Year restricted to seven seasons in the NBA due to injury.

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