All week, we will be profiling the seven undefeated NCAA Champions ...

1966-67 UCLA (30-0)

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

Conference: Athletic Association of Western Universities (Pacific-12).

Bid: Automatic.

Opponents' Final Record: 443-341 (.565).

NCAA Tournament/Through 1966-67 Season: 15-9 (3 Titles, 5 Final Fours).
NCAA Tournament/Since 1966-67 Season: 89-31 (8 Titles, 13 Final Fours).

Head Coach: John Wooden
Through 1966-67 season — School: 391-135 (19 yrs.). Overall: 435-150 (21 yrs.).
Career — School: 620-147 (27 years). Overall: 664-162 (29 years).

Title Game Starters, Pos., Hgt. , Yr., Pts., Reb., FG%, FT%
Lynn Shackleford, F, 6-5 , So., 11.4, 5.9, 47.9, 82.1
Ken Heitz, F, 6-3 , So., 6.1, 3.2, 50.6, 60.0
Lew Alcindor, C, 7-1 3/8, So., 29.0, 15.5, 66.7, 64.9
Lucius Allen, G, 6-2 , So., 15.5, 5.8, 47.9, 71.3
Mike Warren, G, 5-10 , Jr., 12.7, 4.5, 46.5, 75.8

Key Subs
Bill Sweek, F, 6-3 , So., 4.7, 2.8, 47.9, 56.5
Jim Nielsen, F, 6-7 , Jr., 4.6, 3.4, 51.9, 45.5

About the Bruins: Yes, that's all underclassmen you see among the seven-man rotation. All they did was outscore their opponents by a cool 777 points on the season (25.9 per game) ... Alcindor scored 56 points in his first varsity game, against cross-town rival Southern Cal no less. He topped that with a still-standing school-record 61 just 22 games later ... He would be listed at 7-1 1/2 in his junior and senior seasons, and at 7-2 for most of his pro career ... Warren might be better known for his portrayal of officer Bobby Hill in NBC's iconic cop series "Hill Street Blues" (1981-87) ... Warren's son Cash is married to actress Jessica Alba ... When the Bruins hired Wooden in 1948, their all-time record was 286-284. When he retired, they were nearly 500 games over .500 ... Allen was arrested on consecutive May 24s (1967 and 1968), for possession of marijuana. (In case you were wondering, that is not his birthday.) He would be suspended after the second arrest for his senior season (1967-68), but would team up with Alcindor for an NBA title in Milwaukee in 1971, just before the big guy changed his named to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. He was born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr. Stick that away somewhere for a future bar bet ... Alcindor and early 1970s star Bill Walton were the first two men's Bruins to have their jersey numbers retired. That was done alongside those of UCLA women stars Ann Meyers-Drysdale and Denise Curry during halftime of a game on Feb. 3, 1990.