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September 11, 2000
Overall coaching record: 763-290 (fifth all-time on Division I career wins list) Indiana coaching record: 661-240. Indiana postseason record: 53-23 2000 * He is accused of grabbing a freshman student at Indiana by the arm and cursing at him Sept. 7. University officials ask for a police investigation of the matter. According to the student's stepfather, Mark Shaw, the student and four others were waiting to pick up football tickets when the student saw Knight and yelled, "Hey, what's up Knight?"
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September 16, 2000 | From Times Wire Services
Indiana University President Myles Brand and his wife have been living in fear, driven from their campus home since the firing of basketball coach Bob Knight. Peg Brand, wife of Myles Brand and a philosophy professor at the school, asked for an end to the threats against her family and others linked to Knight's firing. "I have been forced to teach my class with a policeman at my side," she said. "This is not right." The Brands have received threatening e-mails, campus police Lt.
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May 15, 2000 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what could be safely described as a Sunday on the brink, the fate of Bob Knight's brilliant but volcanic 29-year career as Indiana University basketball coach was bounce-passed from the school's trustees to university President Myles Brand, who will announce today at a 1 p.m. (PDT) downtown news conference whether Knight will be fired or retained. Knight is not expected to attend.
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September 11, 2000 | From Associated Press
They were Knight's army, marching from Assembly Hall to the home of the Indiana University president who had fired Coach Bob Knight. "Hey, hey, ho, ho. Myles Brand has got to go," some students chanted. "Burn in hell, Brand," said a banner hanging from a balcony. Someone ignited an effigy of Kent Harvey, the freshman whose Thursday run-in with Knight at Assembly Hall triggered a weekend of news conferences, investigations and meetings that ended with the coach's dismissal.
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April 4, 1992 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bob Knight Traveling Sideshow and Lecture Series made its long-awaited appearance at the Final Four here Friday, but unlike previous performances, this one addressed the subject of basketball. Without the assistance of a bullwhip and with only an occasional reference to cerebral reversal, Knight presented his true feelings about this afternoon's semifinal game between his Indiana Hoosiers and the No. 1-ranked Duke Blue Devils, coached by his former Army player and student, Mike Krzyzewski.
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January 8, 1991
Rob Turner, who led Indiana's football team in receiving two of the last three seasons, has been dismissed from the university because of poor grades and will lose his senior year of eligibility.
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September 11, 2000 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Will Bob Knight coach again? Pete Newell is guessing that he will. "I'll bet you they'll be offers at some of the biggest schools in the country next year," said Newell, the Hall of Fame coach and a longtime friend of Knight's. "Knowing Bobby, he's not going to go out this way, Indiana thinks they're ruining a career in coaching. I think they're wrong."
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September 11, 2000
Overall coaching record: 763-290 (fifth all-time on Division I career wins list) Indiana coaching record: 661-240. Indiana postseason record: 53-23 2000 * He is accused of grabbing a freshman student at Indiana by the arm and cursing at him Sept. 7. University officials ask for a police investigation of the matter. According to the student's stepfather, Mark Shaw, the student and four others were waiting to pick up football tickets when the student saw Knight and yelled, "Hey, what's up Knight?"
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May 15, 2000 | ERIC SONDHEIMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Another storm is raging around Bob Knight, but this time there is real fear among his most loyal Indiana basketball supporters that he could be swept away for good. "This is as serious as it's ever been," said Joe Hillman, a member of Knight's 1987 NCAA championship team. "This is the first time there's serious doubt he may be gone."
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May 15, 2000 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what could be safely described as a Sunday on the brink, the fate of Bob Knight's brilliant but volcanic 29-year career as Indiana University basketball coach was bounce-passed from the school's trustees to university President Myles Brand, who will announce today at a 1 p.m. (PDT) downtown news conference whether Knight will be fired or retained. Knight is not expected to attend.
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December 13, 1999 | SCOTT MOE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After playing four overtimes in their semifinal victories less than 48 hours earlier, the Indiana and Santa Clara men's soccer teams were far from fresh Sunday. But Yuri Lavrinenko had enough energy to make one magical run and lead the Hoosiers to the NCAA title in the College Cup final before 15,439 at Ericsson Stadium.
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March 18, 1994 | Associated Press
Indiana Coach Bob Knight says his ailing back will be of little consequence when the Hoosiers plays Ohio University tonight in the first round at Landover, Md. "My back doesn't make any difference," he said. "I haven't had anything happen to my voice." Knight stood during the final half of his news conference Thursday and never raised his voice in perhaps as sedate a session with the press as he has ever had.
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December 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
First, Indiana Coach Bob Knight was suspended for one game--Friday night's contest against Tennessee Tech--because of his conduct during the Hoosiers' game against Notre Dame earlier this week. Then Pat Knight joined his coach-father on the sidelines Friday night when he was ejected for brawling with a Tennessee Tech player in No. 12 Indiana's 117-73 victory in the first round of the Hoosier Classic.
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January 13, 1994 | DANA HADDAD
Former Nordhoff High tennis player Derek Pope has signed a letter of intent to Indiana. Now a senior at Lake Mary (Fla.) High who has spent the past year attending the Amre Sammakia Tennis Academy there, Pope said he wanted to sign early and enjoy his senior year of high school competition. "It's like a piano was taken off my back," Pope said. "Now I can just go out and play and not have to stress over my ranking."
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December 11, 1993 | From Associated Press
First, Indiana Coach Bob Knight was suspended for one game--Friday night's contest against Tennessee Tech--because of his conduct during the Hoosiers' game against Notre Dame earlier this week. Then Pat Knight joined his coach-father on the sidelines Friday night when he was ejected for brawling with a Tennessee Tech player in No. 12 Indiana's 117-73 victory in the first round of the Hoosier Classic.
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