1. Bob Knight fires a blank shot from a starter's pistol at Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Russ Brown.
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2. Bob Knight stands at midcourt and swears at Big Ten commissioner Wayne Duke over what Knight calls "the worst officiating I have seen in 12 years.
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3. Bob Knight is ejected and suspended for one game by Big Ten commissioner Wayne Duke.
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13. Bob Knight tells Indiana Pacers coach and former IU player Isiah Thomas on Sept 27, "I'd be there in a heartbeat", if Thomas asks him to help coach the Pacers, but he'd prefer to stay in college coaching.
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14. Bob Knight said he never accepted the school's "zero-tolerance" policy, and that he should have heeded the advice of his wife, Karen, to leave Indiana six years ago.
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19. Bob Knight seemed to grow crankier by the year, and a string of coveted Indiana kids decided against heading to Bloomington.
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21. Bob Knight had begun his ESPN gig in 2008, an odd career move for a man who once described basketball media work as "one or two steps above prostitution.
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22. Bob Knight abruptly resigned from Texas Tech in February 2008 and turned his coaching duties over to his son, Pat.
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24. In 1984 Bob Knight coached the US men's basketball team to a gold medal at the Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
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26. Bob Knight played basketball and football in high school, and he was a reserve on the Ohio State University national championship basketball team in 1960.
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29. Bob Knight graduated from high school and decided to attend Ohio State University, where he participated in the team's 1960 National Championship victory.
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34. At the rally, Bob Knight called Trump "a great defender of the United States of America".
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43. Bob Knight was inducted into the Army Sports Hall of Fame and the Indiana Hoosiers athletics Hall of Fame (Class of 2009).
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49. Bob Knight quickly improved the program, which had not been to an NCAA tournament since 1996.
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50. Bob Knight accepted the head coaching position at Texas Tech, although his hiring was opposed by a faculty group that was led by Walter Schaller.
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51. In 1984 Bob Knight led the US national team to a gold medal in the Olympic Games as coach of the 1984 basketball team.
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55. Bob Knight continued at Ohio State in 1958 when he played for Basketball Hall of Fame coach Fred Taylor.
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57. Bob Knight remains "the object of near fanatical devotion" from many of his former players and Indiana fans.
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58. Bob Knight received National Coach of the Year honors four times and Big Ten Coach of the Year honors eight times.
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59. Bob Knight is best known as the head coach of the Indiana Hoosiers from 1971 to 2000.
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