Ranking Kentucky basketball coaches by their NCAA Tournament records

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The Kentucky Wildcats have 10 national titles to the name. The Wildcats have brought home eight of those titles since the NCAA Tournament was created in 1939.

One of the Blue Blood programs, known for success on the national level, Kentucky has only won a single national championship game since the turn of the century.

Since 1930, when one of the greatest coaches of all time Adolph Rupp ran the Wildcats’ program, Kentucky has had seven head coaches.

From Rupp to John Calipari, here is how those seven coaches stand based solely on their records in the Big Dance: