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National champions Conference champions Conference co-champions NCAA Tournament berth NIT berth^ Shared standing T
Season Head coach[1] Conference[2] Season results[1][3][4] Postseason result[5] Final poll[6]
Final standings Wins Losses SEC record AP USA Today Coaches'
Conference Division[A 1]
1998 Orlando "Tubby" Smith Southeastern Conference 1st 1st 35 4 14-2 NCAA Champions 5th 1st
1999 Southeastern Conference T-1st 28 9 11-5 NCAA Elite Eight 8th 5th
2000 Southeastern Conference T-1st T-1st 23 10 12-4 NCAA Second Round 19th
2001 Southeastern Conference 1st 1st 24 10 12-4 NCAA Sweet 16 9th
2002 Southeastern Conference T-1st 22 10 10-6 NCAA Sweet 16 16th
2003 Southeastern Conference 1st 1st 32 4 16-0 NCAA Elite Eight 1st 4th
2004 Southeastern Conference 1st 27 5 13-3 NCAA Second Round 2nd 8th
2005 Southeastern Conference 1st 1st 28 6 14-2 NCAA Elite Eight 7th 5th
2006 Southeastern Conference 3rd 22 13 10-6 NCAA Second Round
2007 Southeastern Conference 4th 22 12 9-7 NCAA Second Round
2008 Billy Gillispie Southeastern Conference 2nd 18 13 12-4 NCAA First Round
2009 Southeastern Conference 4th 22 13 8-8 NIT Elite Eight^
2010 John Calipari Southeastern Conference 1st 1st 35 3 14-2 NCAA Elite Eight 2nd 5th
2011 Southeastern Conference In progress
Total 2023 664 1 winningest program in history

References[]

  1. The Southeastern Conference introduced divisional play in its first year in 1992; the divisional winners advance to the SEC Championship Game to determine the conference champion.[7]
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