1960      1961      1962

Active and Former (20+ games)

Rank Coach, Schools (*=not active) Yrs. W-L Pct. Final
4 2 1
1 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 30 22-8 .733 5 4 4
2 Hank Iba, Oklahoma State 32 14-6 .700 4 3 2
3 Jack Gardner, Utah 18 10-10 .500 3 1 0


National Champs: Cincinnati Ed Jucker
Second place: Ohio State Fred Taylor
Third place: St. Joseph's Jack Ramsay
Fourth place: Utah Jack Gardner

Kentucky wins one and loses one, dropping Adolph Rupp to .733, still enough to keep him in first place ahead of Hank Iba.  Rupp becomes the first to coach in thirty games this year.
Utah's national fourth place finish gives Jack Gardner two more wins and two more losses to give him a .500 record in twenty games.  Gardner, who has been to the Final Four three times now and led Kansas State to a national second place finish in 1951, joins Rupp and Iba here here on the big list.