60) Wooden has called that team as good as any he coached.

61) "Ability is a poor man's wealth."

62) In 1969, UCLA became the only men's basketball program to win three consecutive NCAA titles.

63) In the final, Wooden faced Purdue, his alma mater, and won, 92-72.

64) With that 1969 championship, Wooden became the first coach to win five NCAA titles.

65) In 1970, Wooden won his fourth consecutive NCAA title.

66) In the final, 6-foot-8 Sidney Wicks outplayed 7-footer Artis Gilmore of Jacksonville.

67) In 1971, Wooden won his fifth NCAA championship in a row; the Bruins defeated Villanova in the final.

68) The Bill Walton era began in the 1971-72 season, and the Bruins won a sixth consecutive championship.

69) In 1973, Wooden won his seventh consecutive title with a victory over Memphis State.

70) UCLA's record 88-game winning streak started on Jan. 30, 1971, with a 74-61 victory over UC Santa Barbara.

71) The streak ended when Notre Dame upset UCLA, 71-70, on Jan. 19, 1974.

72) Notre Dame also handed UCLA the loss before the streak started, 89-82, on Jan. 23, 1971.

73) The Bruins' record streak included two one-point victories: 69-68 at Oregon and 65-64 at home against Maryland.

74) Wooden won his last title in 1975.

75) In Wooden's last game as UCLA coach, the Bruins defeated Kentucky, 92-85, on March 31, 1975.

76) Wooden spent 40 years as a basketball coach.

77) He coached 27 years at UCLA, finishing with a record of 620-147.

78) Wooden's teams were 149-2 at Pauley Pavilion.

79) Wooden's "Pyramid of Success" has become an organizational and inspirational tool.