When the reigning champion North Carolina Tar Heels were knocked out of March Madness this past weekend, it wasn't just another upset in what has been an absolutely wild tournament so far — it also ensured that for the eleventh straight season college basketball won't have a repeat title winner.
The last team to pull off that feat was the 2007 Florida Gators. The Gators were led by a collection of upperclassmen who all elected to bypass the NBA draft and return to school — a rarity even then. They were dominant all year, and claimed a number one seed in the NCAA tournament, ultimately dispatching a Greg Oden-led Ohio State team in the national title game.
Below, we take a look at what became of those Florida Gators after their historic run ended.
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