Changes in the game -- notably one-and-done and the shot clock -- have made some NCAA tournament records practically unbreakable. For example, it is difficult to imagine any team in the modern era that would manage to score fewer points than North Carolina did in a 26-20 loss to Pittsburgh in the 1941 tournament.

Never say never, but here are seven marks that would require an astonishing turn of events to be broken:

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