One of college basketball's most storied programs, perhaps no school in the world has as many ties to the foundation and history of the sport as the University of Kansas. Currently the third winningest program in college basketball history, the Jayhawks have won three NCAA tournament championships, a record eight conference titles and six conference tournament titles. DISC 1 12.19.87 / Reynolds Coliseum / Kansas 74 - North Carolina State 67 Danny Manning scores 32 points to help Kansas rally from a nine-point, second-half deficit. Vinny Del Negro leads the North Carolina State Wolfpack with 15 points. 2.18.88 / Ahearn Field House / Kansas 64 - Kansas State 63 Danny Manning leads the Jayhawks with 18 points, but it's Kevin Pritchard’s three-point basket with 25 seconds to play that gives Kansas a 64-61 lead. Kansas State’ Mitch Richmond’s layup with 13 seconds left brings the Wildcats within one point. Kansas State has a final chance after Kansas’ Keith Harris misses the first shot of a one-and-one, but the Jahyawks’ Jeff Gueldner steals Charles Bledsoe’s long in-bounds pass, ending the Wildcats’ hopes. DISC 2 1.1.05 / Allen Fieldhouse / Kansas 70 - Georgia Tech 68 (OT) One of the best games of the season, the Jayhawks rally from 16 down to beat Georgia Tech in overtime. 3.12.06 / American Airlines Center / #18 Kansas 80 - #8 Texas 68 Both Mario Chalmers & Brandon Rush break the Big 12 Championship record for 3-point field goals in a Big 12 Final. Kansas wins its sixth Big 12 Championship. DISC 3 11.25.06 / Orleans Arena / #12 Kansas 82 - #1 Florida 80 Kansas takes on the defending champions at the 2007 Las Vegas Invitational and earn their first victory against a #1 ranked opponent in 13 years. 3.11.07 / Ford Center / #2 Kansas 88 - #14 Texas 84 / 2007 Big 12 Championship Game Down 32-10 in the first half, the game goes into overtime on Mario Chalmers' last-second shot. Kansas overcomes Texas star Kevin Durant's 37 points to win back-to-back Big 12 Championships. BONUS Interviews with Bill Self, Larry Brown and the 1988 Kansas Jayhawks on the court after winning the school's second men's basketball championship.