Ranking the 10 Greatest Individual Seasons in College Basketball History

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Ranking the 10 Greatest Individual Seasons in College Basketball History

Definitions of college basketball dominance evolve with the game. Statistics from prior decades look ludicrous when viewed through the prism of today's slower, weaker-shooting and overcoached game.

For example: every national scoring champion from 1954 to 1981 averaged at least 29.5 points per game. In the past 20 years, only two players have exceeded that mark.

More recently, players have succeeded by achieving feats that their predecessors could never manage. Some crunched numbers in a deep run toward a national championship, while some balled out with full awareness that the statistics would be the extent of their legacy to the game.

These 10 single seasons were dominant in their time. Not only were the numbers often staggering, but at some moment, these players became front and center of the entire sport.

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