Days of Knight: How the General Changed My Life

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Acknowledgments

Thanks to my wife, Kasey. Kenner, Kooper, and Kyler are fortunate to have you as a mom.

Thanks to the Charlotte Hornets for drafting me—and for cutting me! Just a few months after being cut I was back in Tennessee working out at the Freed Hardeman University campus, and it was then and there I met my future wife.

Thanks to the Doyle family and the Kirk family for always being there for me. Thanks, Tony, for all the clippings and videos.

Thanks to Judy Varner (a great spell/grammar checker!) and Karen Fozzard (a great listener to all my complaints!).

Thanks to Mrs. Barbara Kirk for the example you set and the joy and strength that you have provided for Granddad and our entire family.

Thanks to the IU boosters for those envelopes of cash in my mailbox after every Big Ten victory … Just kidding! (I almost had you there for a second, didn’t I?)

Thanks to Arthur Hitt for being such a great friend to me and my family.

Thanks to John and Ashley Carroll (thanks for all the good advice, Ashley!).

Thanks to Bruce Slatten for being a great coach to play for in high school.

Thanks to Cory Brown, Chris Jones, Blake Warren, Mitchell Rhodes, Phillip Carroll, Chad Marrs, Dan McEwen, Josh Warren, Shannon Hamm, Barton Coble, Clay Pope, Ben Mercer, Nick Coble, Josh Walker, Kenny Tohn, Troy Himes, Adam Trull, and Jeremy Hester for being a part of our 37–0 state championship team in 1997.

Thanks to the 1994 upperclassmen, Brad Cotham, Bryant Rhodes, Joe Gray, and Michael Clark, for setting the tone my freshman year for four straight state tournament berths.

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Table of contents

  • What Others Are Saying about Days of Knight 1
  • Title Page 7
  • Contents 10
  • Introduction 13
  • 1 - If the Game Doesn’t Fit … Then You Didn’t Commit 17
  • 2 - Tennessee Knight Game 23
  • 3 - The Day after Knight 38
  • 4 - Welcome to B-Town Greenhorn 44
  • 5 - A Hall of Fame Kind of Day 55
  • 6 - Talking about Practice 66
  • 7 - Hoosier Family Counseling 86
  • 8 - This Is … Assembly Hall 102
  • 9 - Close to Greatness & Close to Great Failures 129
  • 10 - Let the Games Begin 139
  • 11 - Phone Call 146
  • 12 - An Intolerable Policy? 162
  • 13 - Friendship Tolerance 172
  • 14 - Number 1 Comes to Town 182
  • 15 - Day Camp and Knight Chats 190
  • 16 - Image Is Something, but Not Everything 208
  • Acknowledgments 219
  • Bibliography 222
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