We didn't get a resolution to the 2019-20 men's college basketball season due to the coronavirus. The long version of the traveling championship ended with USC beating UCLA and Villanova still leading the all-time standings.
Thus, we didn't get to see a national champion. And when the playing stopped, the national men's basketball lineal belonged to Southern Cal, which defeated crosstown rival UCLA, 54-52, in a terrific game.
Because the championship spent the conference portion of the season in the Pac-12, where it had never been before, it made no impact on top of the all-time standings, which begin with 2015-16. The leading teams remain Villanova (27 games of title), Michigan State (26), Michigan and North Carolina (23 each).
However, Virginia added seven games of championship, the most of any team in 2019-20, and now is up to fifth on the all-time list with nine games of championship, nudging ahead of Wisconsin. UCLA, which won two championships totaling four games in 2019-20, is up to a tie with Wisconsin in sixth place with eight games of title.