As a Kentucky fan, might want to get ready to see Glory Road for a while.
Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who knew him. What he did in the 70's set the standard for college basketball today and redefined the game.
In '66 a bunch of us in my fraternity house put $5.00 into a pool for the NCAA tourney. I drew Texas Western and immediately wrote that off as a lost 5 bucks.
Lucky draw for me.
That's very sad news. As WVR pointed out, his actions redefined the game, and will forever shape the future of basketball. It is a sad, sad day in basketball.
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