Who do coaches "perceive" as the biggest cheater in college basketball?
Fri Aug 10, 2012
Who is perceived by college basketball coaches to be the biggest cheater in the sport? John Calipari (Kentucky): 36 percent, Scott Drew (Baylor): 34 percent, Ben Howland (UCLA): 12 percent, Jim Calhoun (Connecticut): 7 percent. On John Calipari: "Cal probably doesn't have to cheat now as much as he used to, but he's still the standard. The rest of us can't even deal in his league. He's the best."
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