One thing about Milan's record run that often gets lost and could have made a difference (not saying it would have but who knows): As far as their unbeaten season of '91-'92 goes they were not involved in Europe. They were suspended following their protest over a stanchion of lights that had gone out in the closing seconds of their European Cup quarterfinal tie in Marseille. They walked off the pitch hoping for the full 90 minutes to be replayed as they were about to get knocked out of the tournament. UEFA banned them from Europe for that 91-92 campaign (they would have played in the UEFA Cup) so Milan entered each Serie A match without having to recover from the riggers of European play. Not a knock against them because that era of Milan proved their worth, but it does seem a bit interesting that the one season they didn't play in Europe they went unbeaten in the league.