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Here's a clip on how significant Magic Johnson and Michigan State's national title win was for college basketball.
Illinois’ legendary Lou Henson, who won 423 games in 21 seasons as the Illini head basketball coach, is profiled.
Indiana's Bob Knight was the head basketball coach at Indiana from 1971 to 2000 and led the Hoosiers to 11 conference crowns and NCAA titles in 1976, 1981 and 1987. (Big Ten Icons, 03/04/2012)
A portion of Big Ten Icons: Gene Keady as the show looks back on the legendary coaches tenure in West Lafayette.
Jud Heathcote won 339 games in 19 years as the head basketball coach with Michigan State. He took Michigan State to nine NCAA Tournaments, including four Sweet 16 appearances, and the 1979 national title. (Big Ten Icons, 2/25/2012)
Herb Brooks won three national championships in his seven seasons at the helm of the University of Minnesota hockey program, including titles in 1974, 1976 and 1979. (Minnesota Hockey, 01/27/12)
Dick Butkus is named Player of the Year and finishes third in Heisman voting.
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When John's brother, Joey, wished that John would score four touchdowns in a game, John went out and did just that.
A look at Charles Woodson's authority on Michigan. Also featured: the confrontation between Charles Woodson and Ohio State's David Boston.