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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:

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