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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - lou carnesecca
Jim Calhoun witnessed basketball practices all over the country in nearly half a century of coaching _ including Bob Knight's sessions _ and said he never saw the likes of the video that emerged this week of Rutgers' Mike Rice.
John Thompson, the first of the Georgetown coaches with that name, was sitting on a raised area just feet from where John Thompson III was accepting the trophy for Big East Coach of the Year.
In a few years, the Big East as we know it will be the stuff of legend, with tales told about John Thompson and Lou Carnesecca patrolling the sidelines of a once-proud basketball conference lost amid the shifting tectonic plates of college athletics.
Whether it happens within days or months, this year or next, the Big East's days as a viable college sports power appear to be near their end according to several reports Thursday.
Morgan Wootten has received many awards in recognition of his long and successful coaching career at DeMatha High School.
Dave Gavitt had an impact on the world of basketball. From a career as a successful coach to changing the face of college sports to introducing the Olympics to a Dream Team, Gavitt's touch was everywhere.
Chris Mullin's journey from New York star to Hall of Famer is complete.
Sherman White, a 1950s college basketball star at Long Island University who served jail time for point shaving, has died. He was 82.
Bob Sheppard considered himself a speech teacher more than a public address announcer, enlightening students about the importance of diction and elocution.