College basketball is home to some of the greatest, longest tenured coaches in all of sports. Tenure is something that coaches earn through on-court success, and with coaching tenure comes program stability. Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski has held the Blue Devils’ job since the 1980 – 81 season. Coach K has held the all-time wins record for a men’s college basketball coach since 2011, but the major milestone he reached in 2015 (1,000 wins) made us wonder about what other men’s college basketball coaches have the most wins of all time.
"It was my decision, and the coaches' decision, to have me redshirt," Burt said after Wednesday's spring practice. "We talked about it and thought it would be best for me, and it ended up being a good thing. I've gotten stronger and faster, and grown as a person as well." Recruited as a defensive back out of Brigham City's Box Elder High, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound Burt was moved to running back in fall camp back in 2015. He finished with 14 carries for 86 yards and also returned some kickoffs. He participated with BYU's indoor track team this past winter, improving his burst and his speed. "I felt like I had a pretty good year my freshman year, but I wanted to get faster, trim a little weight,"
March 23, 2017 HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- The Marshall University Athletics Hall of Fame Committee has announced the 2017 induction class for the Hall of Fame. "This class represents some of the finest student-athletes in school history," Marshall Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick said. "The contributions of these fine men and women are truly appreciated by everyone in the Marshall Athletics family.” This year's class (alphabetical order by last names): Ahmad Bradshaw – Football, 2004-06 Bob Gray – Men’s Soccer Coach, 1995-2016 Eric Ihnat -- Football, 1987-90 Bill James – Men’s Basketball and Football, 1971-73 Katie Stein Mason – Volleyball, 2002-05 Amanda Williams Paz – Softball, 2003-06 Keith Veney