1983–84 NCAA Division I men's basketball season
The 1983–84 NCAA Division I men's basketball season began in November 1983 and ended with the Final Four in Seattle, Washington on April 2, 1984. The Georgetown Hoyas won their first NCAA national championship with an 84–75 victory over the Houston Cougars, who were making their third consecutive appearance in the Final Four.
|1983–84 NCAA Division I men's basketball season|
|Preseason AP #1||North Carolina|
|Tournament dates||March 13, 1984 – April 2, 1984|
|Other champions||Michigan (NIT)|
|Player of the Year|
|Michael Jordan, North Carolina|
Major rule changesEdit
Beginning in 1983–84, the following rules changes were implemented:
- If a team was in the bonus situation within the last two minutes of the game and all of overtime, common fouls resulted in two free throws. This rule was changed back to the one-and-one free throw situation after a month due to its' unpopularity.
- Several conferences were granted permission to experiment with a 45 second shot clock (either for the entire game or shut off in the last 4:00 of the second half) the three-point shot from 19 feet, and coaching boxes to limit coaches to their bench areas.
The top 20 from the AP Poll during the pre-season.
Conference winners and tournamentsEdit
Final Four - Kingdome, Seattle, WashingtonEdit
National Invitation TournamentEdit
NIT Semifinals and FinalEdit
Consensus All-American teamsEdit
Major player of the year awardsEdit
Major coach of the year awardsEdit
Other major awardsEdit