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Former Indiana and Texas Tech basketball coach Bob Knight turned 71. The ESPN analyst, nicknamed “The General,” won more college basketball games than any other head coach — 902 to be exact.
He won three NCAA championships, an NIT title, and 11 Big Ten championships. He even coached the 1984 US Olympic team to a gold medal. But do we remember all of that? Of course not.
Knight is known for throwing a chair across the basketball court and his salty language that’s bleeped on TV.
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