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Tom Crean is done at Indiana, and the ghost of Bob Knight is partly to blame

Update: Indiana announced just minutes after the start of the NCAA tournament’s first round that it has fired Tom Crean. This post, originally published earlier in the morning, looks at how the relationship between Crean and fans fell apart.  1,153 more words


Bob Knight on Dan Patrick

Excellent interview with Dan Patrick. After all these years, still a bit feisty. I even quite enjoyed his assertion of the questionable recruiting practices of UCLA. Who knows?!?

Bob Knight Said He Hopes His Former Indiana Bosses Are Dead

Bob Knight is a legendary figure in Indiana basketball lore. In fact, he might be the legendary figure for the Indiana Hoosiers. However, Knight and the program that he captained for decades aren’t on the best of terms and the now 76-year-old illustrated that in a (very) harsh way during an interview with Dan Patrick on Friday. 285 more words


Legendary basketball coach Bob Knight on rocky school relationship: “I hope they’re all dead”

Bob Knight won three national championships at Indiana, and he turned the Hoosiers into one of the top programs in the country. But he was fired by the university after numerous… 158 more words

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Indiana Basketball: Bob Knight Blasts Hoosiers Administrators

Don’t expect Bob Knight to appear at a Indiana basketball game anytime soon.

On Friday, the former college basketball coach gave an interview on the “Dan Patrick Show” where he took the opportunity to blast officials at the university. 194 more words


Bob Knight Went On The Dan Patrick Show And Said He Hopes All His Ex-Indiana Bosses Are Dead

Bob Knight is officially the old man who doesn’t give a shit about anything anymore. Actually, never mind, he’s been that way for about 30 years now and that’s why he’s awesome. 236 more words


Bob Knight is Still a Sad, Bitter Man

Bob Knight was on the Dan Patrick Show this morning and was his usual cheerful self. Patrick asked the former Hoosiers coach why the public’s desire for a reconciliation with the university outpaces Knight’s own interest in exploring such a truce. 141 more words