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The Yellow Springs, Ohio, native was a star Miami player in the early 1960s, averaging 18.5 points per game his junior year with a 50.3 field goal percentage. His jersey was retired by Yellow Springs High School, and he was inducted into the Miami University Hall of Fame.

He also continued to teach during his coaching career, conducting a basketball coaching theory class at Miami. His players regularly scored above national averages academically, Miami said Friday.

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AP Sportswriter Joe Kay in Cincinnati contributed to this report.

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