December 2005
Sporting News;12/16/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 50, p48
The article presents an interview with basketball coach Bob Huggins taken by TSN's Mike DeCourcy. When asked what he is looking for in his new job, Huggins replied that he would like to work with people who are honest and care about kids. On being asked about the event when he was arrested for drunken driving Huggins says that it was a mistake which would never be repeated. For him being a coach is just not about being on TV or being famous or making a lot of money. He likes the challenges the job offers him.


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