Among the rest, Jim Boeheim at Syracuse, Eddie Sutton at Oklahoma State, John Calipari of Memphis, and Bob Huggins of West Virginia, are also future Hall of Famers. Bruce Weber led Illinois with Bill Self's players. Once those players left, Weber had a losing record in the Big 10 and was eventually let go. Self is building a Hall of Fame career at Kansas. Villanova of course got in with a last second shot against Pitt. Michigan got in last year with John Beilein (after his 21st year as a Division 1 coach). John Thompson III got in with a big year in 2007, but he hasn't made the Sweet 16 for the past six seasons.
The rest are all sleepers. Georgia Tech got in with Paul Hewitt in a year that he went 9-7 in the ACC. He was eventually fired. In his ninth season at LSU, John Brady made it, but then was fired one and a half seasons later. The other three- George Mason, Virginia Commonwealth, and Wichita State are as about as sleeper as you can get.
Bottom line, your chances of getting into the Final Four are extremely low. If you need the cold, hard facts (and it's amazing that some of you still do), 1 in 14.625 schools made it to the Final Four in the last decade. That means only 6.8% of D-1 schools made the Final Four in the last decade. And if you can manage it more than once you are considered a legendary Hall of Fame coach.