Basketball Hall of Fame inductee in 1992 who won a national championship as the head coach of Marquette University in 1977, his final year with the team. He later became a broadcaster for both NBC and CBS.
He played his college ball at St. John's and had a brief NBA career with the New York Knicks and Baltimore Bullets.
He was named the Coach of the Year by multiple sources, including the Associated Press, in 1971.
He had three children with his wife Patricia.
He was the coach of Marquette University where NBA superstar Dwyane Wade played his college ball.