Knight retired from coaching on February 4, 2008.
Bob injured a lifelong friend in a 1999 hunting accident.
In 1994, Knight accidentally butted heads with his player, Sherron Wilkerson as the team huddled up.
Knight was offered a job to coach at the University of New Mexico in May of 1988 but crowds of thousands of people urged him to make his decision to stay.
In 1980, Knight fired a starting pistol at a postgame news conference to scare a Louisville, Kentucky newspaper reporter.
In 1979, Knight was arrested in Puerto Rico on charges of assaulting a police officer.
As of 2012, Bob is married to wife Karen Vieth Edgar. The two wed in 1988.
Bob's first wife was Nancy Lou. They married each other on April 17, 1963, and divorced in 1985 and had two sons together: Timothy and Patrick.
Bob's father was a railroad worker and his mother: an elementary school teacher.
Bob graduated from Ohio State University with a B.S. Degree in history and government.
Bob Knight was a high school coach after college in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Bob graduated from Orrville High School in Orrville, Ohio.
Knight once threw a chair at a basketball game after a call by a referee that he didn't agree with.
Bob Knight was the center of controversy in 2000 when he was accused of choking one of his players at a 1997 practice.
Bob's basketball coaching philosophy is known to stress discipline, unselfish play, and relentless man-to-man defense.
When Bob was promoted to head coach at Army, he immediately became the youngest person at that position in college basketball.
For two years, Bob was an assistant coach for the United States Military Academy's basketball team.
Bob was a reserve for a Ohio State University basketball team that won a national championship in 1960.
Bob played basketball and football in high school.
Despite leading the Indiana men's college basketball team to a national championship in 1976, he got fired from the university in 2000 for his legendary hot temper.
Knight is the youngest coach to win 300 games, 400 games, and 600 games.
Knight has two sons, Pat and Tim.
Following the 2001-2002 season, Coach Knight was also named Coach of the Year by Basketball Times and The Dallas Morning News.
Bob Knight received 662 wins while coaching Indiana.
Knight spent 29 years coaching Indiana.
Knight coached at Army for six seasons.
As of 2007, Bob Knight has the most wins in college basketball history.
Bob Knight and Billy Donovan are the only two people to coach and play in the Final Four.
Bob Knight: All of us learn to write in the second grade. Most of us go on to greater things.
Bob Knight: I don't have to wait until the next morning to regret something I did that was kinda dumb.
Bob Knight: Everybody hears but few listen.
Bob Knight: The key is not the "will to win" . . . everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important.
Bob Knight: Mental toughness is to physical as four is to one.
Bob Knight: You don't play against opponents, you play against the game of basketball.