The greatest basketball coach in I.U. history and one of the greatest ever. Three national championships and a coaching tree with many, many branches. Also the last undefeated national champ in 1976. It's worth noting that his 1974-75 team also was undefeated until the NCAA tournament, when they lost to KY without their best player, Scott May, who was out with a broken arm. Much beloved and much scorned, the latter brought on himself because of his brusque, go-to-hell manner and, in his later years at IU, his intolerable treatment of his players. He once said in an interview how he wanted to be remembered (not his exact words but the last line is verbatim): When I die, And my time is past, I want to be buried upside down, So my critics can kiss my ass.