5. Butler Duke – 2010
This may have the biggest what-if in college basketball history.
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Mar · 23
By: Kento Kato
Wichita State was not able to upset Kentucky over the weekend and to add insult to injury, the wife of Wichita State’s head coach, Greg Marshall had to be asked to leave the court, 10 minutes after the game for offensive language and shouting.