“I’ve always been a great believer that the route to success in an endeavor begins with the recognition of those things that cause you to lose or the ways in which you can lose and the elimination of those things. Once you have recognized and gotten rid of the reason why you can lose, now you are on the road to winning. Ron Carson’s book “The Sustainable Edge” covers this approach completely.”
— Bobby Knight Retired NCAA Hall of Fame Coach
Basketball Hall of Famer Bobby Knight won three national titles with Indiana University and was the first Division I men’s coach to accumulate 900 career wins. Born in Ohio in 1940, Bobby Knight won the 1960 national basketball championship as a reserve for Ohio State. After coaching at West Point, Knight won three national titles during his 29 years at Indiana University, before his famed temper contributed to his departure in 2000. He resumed coaching at Texas Tech in 2001, retiring in 2008.