Kansas basketball, you are ridiculous.

The Jayhawks upended TCU on Wednesday night to clinch their 13th conference crown in a row. Kansas hasn’t won every Big 12 title outright – it only clinched a share against the Horned Frogs, though they still have three games left to play – but regardless, it’s a miraculous college basketball accomplishment that may never be broken.

Kansas tied John Wooden’s UCLA Bruins of the 1960s and 1970s with tonight’s win. UCLA won its league 13 years in a row between 1967 and 1979. The next-closest streaks: Gonzaga’s 11 consecutive titles (2000-2011); Connecticut’s 10 (1951-1960) and UNLV’s 10 (1983-1992).

Here are some of the best Kansas basketball moments of the past 13 years:

-Kansas wins its 1,900th game against Kevin Durant and the Texas Longhorns. The win also clinched the Jayhawks’ 50th conference championship.

-Kansas wins the national championship in 2008, knocking off both Derrick Rose and Stephen Curry in the NCAA tournament:

In 2011, Kansas won its 69th home game in a row, which was the longest Division I streak since 1992. The Jayhawks knocked off Nebraska.

In 2012, Kansas played its final ‘Border War’ game against Missouri and overcame a 19-point deficit to seal the win.

Kansas defeated Buddy Hield and the Oklahoma Sooners in three overtimes in early 2016.

Congratulations to the Jayhawks.

Joe Boozell has been a college basketball writer for NCAA.com since 2015. His work has also appeared in Bleacher Report, FOXSports.com and NBA.com. Joe’s claim to fame since joining NCAA.com: he’s predicted the correct national championship game twice… and picked the wrong winner both times. Growing up, Joe squared off against both Anthony Davis and Frank Kaminsky in the Chicagoland basketball scene. You can imagine how that went.