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Topic - Homer Drew
When Bryce Drew makes the short stroll from his office to the solitude of his no-frills gym, he thinks back to his favorite moments at Valparaiso.
Valparaiso is keeping its basketball coaches all in the family.
"I think all dads want to see our sons grow up and hope they would enjoy doing a job that is not a job, that is something they have a passion for," Homer Drew said Tuesday. "It was by no means something we pushed them toward, it's something they enjoy. So I've been able to enjoy my sons more than most fathers. Both are very natural at coaching, they're very good at communication, they're both very good teachers. We helped them grow and now they're helping us grow."
"Their goal all along was to get to the NCAA tournament," Homer Drew said. "And then after the game, we started reminiscing, and it was the exact same score, 70-69, as it was against Mississippi, it was almost in the same spot on the floor. On both of them Bryce ends up on the floor, one on his front, one on his back."