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    Interesting tidbit...

    By my count, just nine coaches have led two Division I men’s basketball programs to 200 or more wins:

    Jim Calhoun (Northeastern & UConn)
    Hugh Durham (Florida St. & Georgia)
    Lou Henson (New Mexico St. & Illinois)
    Neil McCarthy (Weber St. & New Mexico St.)
    Ralph Miller (Oregon St. & Wichita St.)
    Johnny Orr (Michigan & IowaState)
    Rick Pitino (Kentucky & Louisville)
    Norm Sloan (Florida & N.C.State)
    Eddie Sutton (Arkansas & Oklahoma St.)

    I would be curious as to how many coaches have 400+ wins in Division I men’s college basketball…does anyone know?



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    I don't understand why this is interesting.


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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    I don't understand why this is interesting.
    I, for one, find Johnny Orr's accomplishments interesting.


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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloClone View Post
    I, for one, find Johnny Orr's accomplishments interesting.
    You must have missed the Jamie Burrows thread, lol.


    While on live TV, Ford used a vulgar term to describe a private part of the female anatomy, adding that he was “happily married” and “got more than enough to eat at home.”

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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    its interesting because cyclonenum1 would father JO's children if he could, his obssession with JO is borderline creepy



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    You forgot to put Iowa next to Ralph Miller's name. I believe he led Iowa to the final four.



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonepower View Post
    its interesting because cyclonenum1 would father JO's children if he could, his obssession with JO is borderline creepy
    It's not borderline creepy, it is beyond creepy. He is an official Orr-Phile.



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclonenum1 View Post
    By my count, just nine coaches have led two Division I men’s basketball programs to 200 or more wins:

    Jim Calhoun (Northeastern & UConn)
    Hugh Durham (Florida St. & Georgia)
    Lou Henson (New Mexico St. & Illinois)
    Neil McCarthy (Weber St. & New Mexico St.)
    Ralph Miller (Oregon St. & Wichita St.)
    Johnny Orr (Michigan & IowaState)
    Rick Pitino (Kentucky & Louisville)
    Norm Sloan (Florida & N.C.State)
    Eddie Sutton (Arkansas & Oklahoma St.)

    I would be curious as to how many coaches have 400+ wins in Division I men’s college basketball…does anyone know?
    Johnny Orr is installing security cameras as we speak to ward away the stalker that is Cyclonenum1.



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by cyismydog View Post
    Johnny Orr is installing security cameras as we speak to ward away the stalker that is Cyclonenum1.
    Cyclonenum1 is probably Matt Rainey's buddy. They like to talk about how they miss the good ole days when they were 2 years old and Orr was running the show. Man how they miss Hilton Magic!

    Just kidding cyclonenum1. Sorry to lump you in with that whiny Rainey kid



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Maybe he IS johnny Orr???


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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    I don't understand why this is interesting.
    I'm surprised it hasn't been brought up before!



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Cyclonenum1 do you need a napkin to clean up the mess you made thinking about Orr?



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    This just in....

    Johnny Orr is not here anymore. He retired.



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    I don't find any of your threads interesting at all. I'd rather go to the dentist everyday than open up another one of your threads.



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    Re: Interesting tidbit...

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    You must have missed the Jamie Burrows thread, lol.
    I did. I don't have time to look it up right now. Sorry I missed that this was an inside joke.

    CARRY ON!


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