Let's just say all the Knightheads get their dream and Big Bob comes walking back through that door.
Here's what those fans can look forward to:
Who I've not spotted at one of the Las Vegas summer tournaments since 2001, his first year on the job at Texas Tech. Knight was recruiting Kyle Wilson of Dallas that year. He didn't get him. (Wilson chose Illinois, then transferred and played for a Sweet 16 team at Wichita State).
Now, those Vegas events are spread out all over the place. And, to be fair, I was usually watching the best players, so it might have been that Knight was off at some distant gym watching the 33rd-best player in Texas.
And because Knight is not working the recruiting trail like a Roy Williams or Billy Donovan, he is easily avoided by the best talents.
There is a segment of fans who refuse to surrender, though. It's like trying to dial up the Kay Lenz that lives forever in Rod Stewart's "Infatuation" video. That's her version of the '76 Hoosiers. It's in the past.
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