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TERRI SCHIAVO ENTERS HER 12TH DAY WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER
Mark Adams of Pinellas Park, FL. and Leo Dente of Staten Island, N.Y. protest the removal of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube outside the Woodside Hopsice in Pinellas Park, FL. March 29, 2005 as Schiavo enters her 12th day without food or water. "I can't believe this is happening three miles from my house," Adams said. (UPI Photo/CATHY KAPULKA)
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Mark Adams is a college basketball analyst on the ESPN family of networks. Adams was a college basketball coach for 17 years. He was known as a program rebuilder who took over programs that were a combined 28-54 (.341) in the season prior to his arrival compared to his combined final season record at those same three schools of 59-32 (.648).

Mark Adams College Basketball Coaching Experience: 1991-96: Head Coach, Central Connecticut, Led Blue Devils to first .500 conference finish in their NCAA Division I history at 9-9 and advanced to the Mid-Continent Conference Semi-Finals in the 95-96 season. 1989-91: Assistant Coach for Kelvin Sampson at Washington State University. 1985-89: Head Coach at Western Oregon State University, West Division Champions, Coach of the Year and NAIA Top 25 Ranking. 1982-85: Head Coach at Rocky Mountain College, Billings, Montana, Regional Champions and NAIA National Tournament Bid in 1985. 1979-82: Assistant Coach for Lynn Archibald at Idaho State University.

Adams will appear on 40+ ESPN produced college basketball games this season and he also is a national motivational speaker. Recently he was inducted into the Rocky Mountain College athletic Ring of Honor. He lives in Springboro, OH and for more information go to: www.enthusiadams.com

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