By Russell Rice
Adolph Rupp: Kentucky's Basketball Baron is the approved boigraphy of the nation's winningest basketball trainer. Written via longtime good friend and affiliate Russell Rice, the ebook strains Rupp's own lifestyles and a occupation that spanned forty two years on the college of Kentucky.
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He said that if he wanted to hear about personal problems, he would take his players to the farm and raise white-faced cattle. "I don't care if your girlfriend leaves you or Page 12 if your pet rabbit dies," he said. " There was no getting close to Rupp; he felt he couldn't be a coach and a pal at the same time. Someone had to be in charge, and he made it quite clear that he was the boss. After spending four years at the University of Kansas, Rupp had picked up more than Allen's mannerisms; he had studied the techniques of some of the finest coaches of that era.
Rupp also wrote that a coach should control his temper, refraining from striking or cursing a player. "Don't call a boy yellow or a quitter," he advised. " But in truth he cursed at some players and cajoled others. He praised sparingly and used satire effectively. He said that if he wanted to hear about personal problems, he would take his players to the farm and raise white-faced cattle. "I don't care if your girlfriend leaves you or Page 12 if your pet rabbit dies," he said. " There was no getting close to Rupp; he felt he couldn't be a coach and a pal at the same time.
Wildcat fans came to expect "Star Spangled Banner and then No. 6," as Rupp put it. As the action quickened, Rupp would squirm on the bench. "Play defense, dammit," he yelled after Georgetown captain Harry Lancaster scored the first field goal in that first game. " Then Ellis Johnson scored two Page 24 points for Kentucky, and the Wildcats were off to the races. Their fast breaks resulted in layups, and their screens left the defenders in their tracks. Led by Aggie Sale's nineteen points, Kentucky won 67-19; Rupp complained that they had let Lancaster score eleven.
Adolph Rupp: Kentucky's Basketball Baron by Russell Rice