Former Indiana coach Bob Knight has been admitted to the hospital with a serious illness.

Ex Indiana Men’s basketball coach Bob Knight was hospitalized Friday with a serious illness, according to multiple reports.

Knight is dealing with acute illness and it is hoped that he will be able to return home soon. According to the message he sent to former players Indie Star.

Knight, 82, coached at Indiana for 29 seasons, winning three national titles and reaching five Final Fours. 11 won Big Ten regular-season titles in 2000 before being expelled for an altercation with a student.

A year after being fired from Indiana, Knight became the head coach Texas Tech. He coached there until midway through the 2007–08 season, and announced his retirement in February 2008.

He started coaching in Armyfinished his coaching career with 902 wins, the most for A Division 1 Men’s Basketball Coach at the time.

Knight had a strained relationship with Indiana for nearly two decades after the shooting. But he eventually moved to Bloomington, Ind., and returned to the auditorium for a reunion in 2020 during the Indiana game. Reported as “Weekly Visitor”. The men’s basketball team this season.

Knight was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1991.

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