Bob Huggins: Pressed for Success

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Sports Publishing LLC, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 325 pages
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Since taking over an embattled basketball program at the University of Cincinnati in 1989, Bob Huggins has inspired almost as many debates as victories. He has returned the team to its heritage as a national power, taken the school to the Final Four and Elite Eight, and earned so much respect that he was almost swept away by an offer from the NBA's Miami Heat. Yet, for all his accomplishments, he cannot escape the controversy and questions about his style.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
2
31
3
53
4
Chapter 5
69
Chapter 6
81
Chapter 7
103
Chapters
121
Chapter 11
171
Chapter 12
195
Chapter 13
217
Chapter 14
241
Chapter 15
251
Chapter 16
271
Chapter 17
285
Chapter 18
307

Chapter 9
135
Chapter 10
157
Chapter 19
321
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Huggins is a proven success as a program builder, recruiter, game strategist and motivator. He is a coaching faculty member of the University of Cincinnati.

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