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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Morgan Wootten
For the first time in over a decade, Mike Brey was back at George Washington, where he was honored at halftime of the Colonials' game against VCU on Tuesday. Despite playing only one year at the university, he will be inducted into its athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 8.
Morgan Wootten has received many awards in recognition of his long and successful coaching career at DeMatha High School.
Friday, Mike Brey coaches Notre Dame, a No. 2 seed, against Akron to open the NCAA tournament at Chicago's United Center. Despite an unheralded roster, Brey led Notre Dame to 26 wins and its seventh appearance in the tournament in his 11 seasons as coach. Last week, he was voted the Big East coach of the year.
After weeks of frustration, Wootten asked Brey for help.
"He came back, I tell you, the next day, and he said, 'Don't worry about a thing.