Ladies and gentleman, Jerry Tarkanian, and he should be in the Basketball Hall of Fame.
A Rebel’s Methods Go Mainstream, by Sam Borden (New York Times)
... During his time at U.N.L.V., he was considered by many to be an outsider. He was not (John) Wooden, certainly, and his approach to operating his program — from recruiting to his playing style to how he handled the N.C.A.A. — was markedly different from those of contemporaries like Knight and North Carolina’s Dean Smith. Compared with those icons, Tarkanian was a renegade.