S ince John Wooden's UCLA Bruins won seven titles in a row from 1967-73, almost two decades passed before another team even won two titles in a row.

After upsetting unbeaten UNLV to win the title in 1991, the Duke Blue Devils, with much of its core from that championship season returning, cruised through the regular season, going 25-2, won the ACC Tournament, then won what many believe to be the greatest game in college basketball history when they beat Kentucky in the East Regional Final thanks to a last-second turnaround jumper from Christian Laettner. The Blue Devils then dominated Michigan's "Fab Five" to win their 10th national title and second in a row.

What was life like then?

 

Then and Now 1992 2013
Gallon of Milk

$2.78

$3.99
Loaf of Bread

$1.50

$2.20
Gallon of Gas

$1.13

$3.29
U.S. Population

254,994,517

311,591,917
Federal Debt

$4 trillion

     $16.1 trillion
TV set

$770

$650
Highest grossing film

Aladdin ($505 million)

The Avengers ($1.5 billion in 2012)
President of the United States

George H.W. Bush

Barack Obama