Bob Knight will go down as one of the most notable coaches in sports history for his relentless coaching ability and also for his temper that led him to burst into outrage quite regularly. He was fiery, relentless, but above all a very passionate coach. The General was very loyal to the college game and didn't have very much respect for the professional game. It is the will to prepare to win that is important. Coach Knight was all about preparation and held tight to the notion that practice is just as important as the game. Knight always maintained a tense rapport with the press and didn't hesitate to take the liberty to call out a journalist about a question he didn't like or thought was foolish. Regrets, he had a few, but then again He did it "his way," though. No one would come close to being able to continue to build on what we've done here so far like he will. I would just cheat, get some money from a lot of people around Indianapolis who want to run the operation that way, and just go out and get the best basketball players I can.
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Phone Number. Bob Knight born October 25, This was the most of all-time at the time of his retirement, and currently still second of all-time, behind his former player and assistant coach Mike Krzyzewski of Duke University. Knight is best known as the head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers to He also coached at Texas Tech — and at Army — Knight was one of college basketball's most successful and innovative coaches. Knight remains "the object of near fanatical devotion" from his former players and Indiana fans. His intensity and commitment to the game, got him into some trouble. On Saturday, February 23, during a game between Purdue and Indiana, just five minutes into the game, Knight, got irate, over what he insisted was a bad call. Ultimately he received a technical foul and as Purdue's Steve Reid stepped to the free throw line to shoot the resulting free throws, Knight grabbed a chair from Indiana's bench and threw it across the floor toward the basket.
He loves me and would do anything to make me happy. Ultimately there are no guarantees but I'd say it's worth a shot. Life After Mormonism Chat.