What more is there to say about the team that changed the modern paradigm of college basketball as well as its aesthetics? The Chris Webber/Jalen Rose-led quintet ushered in long shorts and a cocky, woofing style that, at the time, made you not want to miss a minute. It all began with a preseason practice where the incumbents talked a little too much smack and the freshmen teamed up to destroy them in a five-on-five. Six months later, those frosh rode a No. 6 seed all the way to the national title game, where they lost to Duke by 20.