I think ESPN has been real good for college basketball and I look forward to working with some of their people who I have known a long timeESPN hires Bob Knight as analyst Feb 28, 2008
My thinking was that for Pat and for this team -- most of which is returning next year -- the best thing for the long run for this team would be for Pat and his staff to coach these remaining 10 gamesKnight resigns as coach at Texas Tech Feb 04, 2008
If confirmed by future research, this finding is especially important since it points to a specific health risk for African-American caregivers and one not reflected in self-reported healthBlack caregivers, worse physical health Oct 20, 2007
Why does that even have any importance in a game? What is important about what somebody says to me at the end of the game when guys sat there and hollered and yelled and screamed names and all kinds of crap for 40 minutesKnight reported upset over taunt Mar 02, 2006
He's talked about finishing up here at Tech, but it's not like we've sat down and mapped it outTech says Knight agrees to extension Jun 09, 2004
Robert Montgomery "Bob" or "Bobby" Knight (born October 25, 1940) is a retired American basketball coach. Nicknamed "The General", Knight has won 902 NCAA Division I men's college basketball games, more than any other head coach. On January 1, 2007, he achieved his 880th victory, breaking the record held by Dean Smith. His 900th victory came on January 16, 2008.
He was most recently the head men's basketball coach at Texas Tech before announcing his retirement on February 4, 2008. He was previously the head coach at Indiana University and at the United States Military Academy at West Point.
From 1971–2000, Knight coached the Indiana Hoosiers, where he led his teams to three NCAA championships, one National Invitation Tournament (NIT) championship, and eleven Big Ten Conference championships. He received the National Coach of the Year honor four times and the Big Ten Coach of the Year honor six times. In 1984, he coached the USA men's Olympic team to a gold medal, becoming one of only three basketball coaches to win an NCAA title, NIT title, and an Olympic gold medal.