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Last week, Southern Cal placed 11 players into the NFL through the draft.  11! Ohio State placed nine (five in the first round). Florida State eight (four in the first round). Texas, North Carolina State and Oklahoma placed six. Unfortunately, those numbers represent the sheer volume of supreme-quality starters which each school wi... Read More

 
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The Top 10 Winningest Coaches in NBA History
Records prior to 2005-2006 season
  1. Lenny Wilkens, 1,315
  2. Pat Riley, 1,110*
  3. Larry Brown, 987*
  4. Bill Fitch, 944
  5. Jerry Sloan, 943*
  6. Red Auerback, 938
  7. Dick Motta, 935
  8. Jack Ramsay, 864
  9. Phil Jackson, 832*
10. Cotton Fitzsimmons, 832
* Indicates active coach