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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Irwin Goldstein
Just as he would when departing nearly 22 years later, Gary Williams had tears in his eyes as he became Maryland's basketball coach June 13, 1989.
"One of the things that really impressed the committee was coach Williams' dedication to the students' education," Goldstein said. "The way his intensity comes through is in a deep commitment to those interests and concerns."