The format of the NCAA Tournament has changed over the years, but the goal for each team has remained the same: get to the Final Four and, ultimately, win a national championship.
In 1985, the tournament expanded to 64 teams, creating more "March Madness" than ever before. While there have been additional minor changes since then, including the opening game and the First Four, 1985 marks the beginning of the modern NCAA Tournament.
This upcoming season will bring us the 30th addition of the NCAA Tournament since it grew to 64 teams. But before it all unfolds, let's look back at most exciting tournaments of the past 29 years. Here are ten of the most memorable runs to the Final Four since 1985, listed in chronological order.