March Madness coaches: a pop quiz

Test your historical knowledge of coaches in the NCAA men's tournament.

2. Who was the last coach to end his college coaching career with an NCAA championship?

Al McGuire was the most recent coach to end his college career with an NCAA title, leading Marquette to the 1977 championship. Larry Brown used to hold this mantle, guiding Kansas to the title in 1988. However, Brown resumed his college career, taking over as head coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas this season. Brown is also the only coach to lead teams to NCAA and NBA championships (Detroit Pistons in 2004).

Al McGuire was the most recent coach to end his college career with an NCAA title, leading Marquette to the 1977 championship. Larry Brown used to hold this mantle, guiding Kansas to the title in 1988. However, Brown resumed his college career, taking over as head coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas this season. Brown is also the only coach to lead teams to NCAA and NBA championships (Detroit Pistons in 2004).

Al McGuire was the most recent coach to end his college career with an NCAA title, leading Marquette to the 1977 championship. Larry Brown used to hold this mantle, guiding Kansas to the title in 1988. However, Brown resumed his college career, taking over as head coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas this season. Brown is also the only coach to lead teams to NCAA and NBA championships (Detroit Pistons in 2004).

Al McGuire was the most recent coach to end his college career with an NCAA title, leading Marquette to the 1977 championship. Larry Brown used to hold this mantle, guiding Kansas to the title in 1988. However, Brown resumed his college career, taking over as head coach at Southern Methodist University in Dallas this season. Brown is also the only coach to lead teams to NCAA and NBA championships (Detroit Pistons in 2004).

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John Wooden at UCLA

 

Al McGuire at Marquette

 

Larry Brown at Kansas

 

Jerry Tarkanian at Nevada-Las Vegas (UNLV)

 
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