2013-14: 33-5 (15-3 Pac-12)
In-conference offense: 1.08 points per possession (third)
In-conference defense: 0.91 points allowed per possession (first)
During 2013-14, the Arizona Wildcats nailed everything but the finish. In Sean Miller's fifth season in Tucson, the Cats started the season 21-0 -- including wins in their first eight Pac-12 games -- to ascend to No. 1 in the rankings. And while Arizona wasn't quite as dominant after losing starting forward Brandon Ashley to a season-ending foot injury, the team still earned its first No. 1 seed in 11 years and the first by any Pac-12 team since UCLA in 2008.
Now, here's the scary proposition: Miller's crew might be even deeper this season.