Knight's son steps in after Tech coac...

Knight's son steps in after Tech coach resigns at 67

There are 1 comment on the Houston Chronicle story from Feb 6, 2008, titled Knight's son steps in after Tech coach resigns at 67. In it, Houston Chronicle reports that:

“He hadn't said anything to me”

He was loved by some, feared by others and respected by all. Now, Bob Knight will try his hand at being missed. via Houston Chronicle

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Bobby Who

United States

#1 Feb 6, 2008
Sorry but he was NOT respected by all. And should not have been. Anyone who acted like he did over the years, throwing chairs and childish tantrums, should not be respected. He was fired from IU. He quit Texas Tech in the middle of the season letting his school and team down. Wake up! This man is not a person to respect. No one feared him, most laughed at his behavior. Respect someone fired from one job and quit another when needed most? Kind of hard to look up to someone with these qualities....or lack there of.

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