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The 1995-96 Kentucky team is not only the best in Wildcats' history but arguably one of the best teams in the history of college basketball. The team would go on to have nine players in the NBA headlined by Tony Delk and Antoine Walker.
The Untouchables became the first SEC team in 40 years to go undefeated in conference play before steamrolling its way to the national title.
During this season, Kentucky overtook North Carolina for most wins by a program, something the Wildcats haven't relinquished since. Other highlights from the year include scoring 86 points in the first half on the road against LSU and winning a school-record 27 straight games.
Similar to 2012, the 1996 team lost the SEC title game and one other game in the regular season. However, it is unlikely that there will be a team that sends so many players to the NBA.
The 1996 title was the first of a three-year run that saw an overtime loss to Arizona in the 1997 championship game and then a victory over Utah in 1998 by Kentucky to win its second title in three years.