I was reading the hot seat thread and this popped into my brain..I'll try to back up my opinions with facts. I'm sure that this will fire some people up (the intended reaction....). University of Texas - Overall Record: 279-186-52. Conference Championships: 2001; Conference Tournament Championships: 2006, 2007. NCAA tournament appearances: 14. Best NCAA Tournament Finish: last 16 (2004, 2006, 2007 and 2017). Best final ranking: 8 (2006). So many resources, so little results. This is a program that should consistently find themselves in the last 8 of the NCAAs. University of California - Overall Record: 303-161-54. Conference Championships: 1998 (tied for 1st). NCAA Tournament Appearances: 20. Best NCAA Tournament Finish: last 16 (2005). Best final ranking: 9 (2005). So many players in their backyard. Should consistently be in the last 8 of the NCAAs. University of Georgia - Overall Record: 254-194-43. Conference Championships: 0. Conference Tournament Championships: 0. NCAA Tournament Appearances: 9. Best NCAA Tournament Finish: last 16 (1998). Best final ranking: 20 (1998). The recruiting pool has significantly improved in the last 10 years and yet the best GA kids leave the state. This program is a sleeping giant that just needs the right coaching staff brought in to lock up the Georgia kids. University of Florida - Overall Record: 425-128-37. Conference Championships: 14. Conference Tournament Championships: 12. NCAA Tournament Appearances: 22. Best NCAA Tournament Finish: Champions (1998). Best final ranking: 1 (1998). How can a program with over 400 wins and a national title be considered an underachieving program? Lack of deep runs in the tournament. 1 national title and 1 other final 4 appearance. They should be in the final 4 once per recruiting class. UCLA - Overall Record: 440-94-38. Conference Championships: 11. NCAA Tournament Appearances: 22. Best NCAA Tournament Finish: Champions (2013). Best final ranking: 1 (2013). Another head shaker. ONE national title. 83.5% win/tie percentage. They should win a title every 4-5 years. UCAL and Florida are a bit of a stretch, but when you take into consideration the state youth player pool, resources, facilities, etc, they have to be considered underachieving.