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