1960-62

  Bench player for Ohio State University team; "sixth man" on OSU's national championship team in 1960.

1962-63

  Assistant basketball coach, Cuyahoga Falls High School, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.

1963-65

  Assistant basketball coach, U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

Dec. 8, 1965

  First victory, 71-62 over Worcester Tech at West Point.

1965-1971

  Head basketball coach, U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

1971

  Head basketball coach, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. (April 1, 1971, first day on the job).

Feb. 27, 1971

  100th victory, 64-50 over Navy at Annapolis.

1972-73

  Big Ten championship

1973

  Big Ten coach of the year

1973-74

  Big Ten championship

1974-75

  Big Ten championship

Dec. 19, 1975

  200th victory, 93-56 over Georgia at Indiana.

1975

  Big Ten coach of the year

1975

  National coach of the year

1975-76

  NCAA championship

1976

  Big Ten coach of the year

1976

  National coach of the year

1979

  Coach, U.S. basketball team at Pan American Games held in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Feb. 7, 1980

  300th victory, 83-69 over Northwestern at Indiana.

1980

  Big Ten coach of the year

1980-81

  Big Ten championship

1980-81

  NCAA championship

Dec. 8, 1984

  400th victory, 81-68 over Kentucky at Indiana. Knight became the youngest coach ever to reach the 400-victory plateau at 43-years-old.

1984

  Coach, U.S. basketball team, which won the Olympic gold medal.

1986-87

  Big Ten championship.

1986-87

  NCAA championship

1987

  National coach of the year

1988-89

  Big Ten championship

Jan. 14, 1989

  500th victory, 92-76 over Northwestern at Indiana.

1989

  National coach of the year

1990-91

  Big Ten championship

1991-92

  Elected into the Basketball Hall of Fame

1992-93

  Big Ten championship

Jan. 6, 1993

  600th victory, 75-67 over Iowa at Indiana.

Mar. 5, 1997

  700th victory, 70-66 over Wisconsin at Indiana.

Nov. 19, 2001

  The Bob Knight Era begins at Texas Tech as the Red Raiders route William & Mary in a 75-55 victory.

Feb. 5, 2003

  800th victory, 75-49 over Nebraska in Lubbock. Knight became only the fourth Division I coach to amass 800 career victories.

Jan. 1, 2007

  880th victory, 70-68 over New Mexico in Lubbock.Scarlet and black confetti was dropped from the rafters as a 20-minute post-game ceremony was given to honor Knight. Players, coaches and administrators paid tribute to Knight, who was given a pair of trophies from Tech and the Big 12 Conference to commemorate the record.

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