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Coaches' Corner Comparison

April 02, 2001

Breakdown of the records of Duke's Mike Krzyzewski and Arizona's Lute Olson:

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KRZYZEWSKI OLSON Seasons: 26 27 Career Wins 609 642 Career Losses 213 227 Career Win Pct. .741 .638 Conference First Place 8 10 NCAA Appearances 17 22 NCAA Wins 55 37 NCAA Losses 14 21 NCAA Win Pct. .797 .638 Times in Round of 16 12 10 Times in Round of 8 10 6 Times in Final Four 9 5 Times in Champ. Game 7 2 National Titles 2 1

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NCAA LEADERS

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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10 John Wooden, UCLA 4 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 3 Bob Knight, Indiana 2 Denny Crum, Louisville 2 Henry Iba, Oklahoma A&M 2 Ed Jucker, Cincinnati 2 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 2 Branch McCracken, Indiana 2 Dean Smith, North Carolina 2 Phil Woolpert, San Francisco

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FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES*

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12 John Wooden, UCLA 11 Dean Smith, North Carolina 9 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 6 Denny Crum, Louisville 6 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 5 Bob Knight, Indiana 5 Guy Lewis, Houston 5 Lute Olson, Arizona-Iowa

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CONSECUTIVE FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES*

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9 John Wooden, UCLA 5 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 3 Ed Jucker, Cincinnati 3 Guy Lewis, Houston 3 Harold Olsen, Ohio St. 3 Dean Smith, North Carolina 3 Fred Taylor, Ohio St. 3 Phil Woolpert, San Francisco

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TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES*

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27 Dean Smith, North Carolina 24 Bob Knight, Indiana 23 Denny Crum, Louisville 22 Lute Olson, Iowa-Arizona 21 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 21 Eddie Sutton Creighton-Ark.-Kentucky-Okla. St. 20 Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 20 John Thompson, Georgetown

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CONSECUTIVE APPEARANCES*

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23 Dean Smith, North Carolina, 1975-97 17 Lute Olson, Arizona, 1985-2001 15 Bob Knight, Indiana, 1986-2000 14 John Thompson, Georgetown, 1979-92 12 John Chaney, Temple, 1990-2001 12 Eddie Sutton, Arkansas-Kentucky, 1977-88 12 Roy Williams, Kansas, 1990-2001 11 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke, 1984-94

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WINS*

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65 Dean Smith, North Carolina 55 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 47 John Wooden, UCLA 42 Denny Crum, Louisville 42 Bob Knight, Indiana 38 Jerry Tarkanian Long Beach St.-UNLV-Fresno St. 37 Lute Olson, Iowa-Arizona 34 John Thompson, Georgetown 33 Eddie Sutton, Creighton-Arkansas-Kentucky-Okla. St. 32 Jim Boeheim, Syracuse

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HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGES

Minimum: 10 wins

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.917 Ed Jucker, Cincinnati (11-1) .867 Phil Woolpert, San Francisco (13-2) .842 Tom Izzo, Michigan State (16-3) .825 John Wooden, UCLA (47-10) .797 Mike Krzyzewski, Duke (55-14) .788 Rick Pitino Boston-Providence-Kentucky (26-7) .778 Fred Taylor, Ohio State (14-4) .769 Steve Fisher, Michigan (20-6) .769 Phog Allen, Kansas (10-3) .769 Pete Newell, California (10-3)

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* Includes games for some coaches considered "vacated" by the NCAA.

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CHANGES

Division I coaches who were fired, resigned or retired during or after this season:

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School Coach Reason Cal Poly SLO Jeff Schneider Resigned Denver Marty Fletcher Fired Drexel Steve Seymour Fired Duquesne Darelle Porter Resigned Florida A&M Mickey Clayton Fired Hofstra Jay Wright Resigned Idaho David Farrar Fired La Salle Speedy Morris Fired Louisville Denny Crum Retired Massachusetts Bruiser Flint Resigned Michigan Brian Ellerbe Fired Morgan State Chris Fuller Fired Nev. Las Vegas Bill Bayno Fired Nev. Las Vegas Max Good* Fired New Orleans Joey Stiebing Fired North Texas Vic Trilli Fired Northeastern Rudy Keeling Fired Northern Ill. Brian Hammel Fired Northern Iowa Sam Weaver Resigned Ohio Larry Hunter Fired Old Dominion Jeff Capel Resigned Portland Rob Chavez Fired Rhode Island Jerry DeGregorio Resigned Rutgers Kevin Bannon Fired St. Mary's David Bollwinkel Fired South Carolina Eddie Fogler Resigned Southern Tommy Green Reassigned Seton Hall Tommy Amaker Resigned Stetson Murray Arnold Resigned Tennessee Jerry Green Resigned Tex. Southern Robert Moreland Fired Texas Tech James Dickey Fired Towson Mike Jaskulski Fired Villanova Steve Lappas Fired Wisconsin Dick Bennett Resigned Wisconsin Brad Soderberg* Fired Wis. Milw. Bob Ryan Resigned

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HIRED

Cal Poly SLO: Kevin Bromley

Hofstra: Tom Pecora

Idaho: Leonard Perry

Indiana: Mike Davis*

Louisville: Rick Pitino

Massachusetts: Steve Lappas

Michigan: Tommy Amaker

Nevada Las Vegas: Charlie Spoonhour

New Orleans: Monte Towe

Northern Illinois: Rob Judson

Ohio: Tim O'Shea

Rhode Island: Jim Baron

Texas Tech: Bob Knight

Wisconsin: Bo Ryan

Villanova: y Wright

* interim coach this season

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