Gene Keady

Bruce Weber Explains How He Told Gene Keady To ‘Hire Him’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Bruce Weber spent seven minutes talking about his time at Kansas State on Wednesday, a time that came to an end when he resigned on Thursday. Weber spent a decade at Kansas State, his third-head coaching job. During his press conference after Kansas State lost to West Virginia, 73-67, in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament, he talked about his time at K-State, how proud he was about his teams and how his first team — the 2013 Big 12 champions — was his most memorable.
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Coach Gene Keady On Inside The Huddle Saturday

Saturday morning, Inside the Huddle will feature Jamie Blacker talking with former Purdue Mens Basketball coach, Gene Keady. He and Don Stock will also be talking with Carroll Head Basketball coach Bodie Bender about their upcoming regional game at Lapel. Join us for the best regional sports Saturday morning at 9 for Inside The Huddle, brought to you by Susan Kaspar State Farm insurance. The photo attached was Jamie as a youngster at Clinton Prairie at the Coach Keady basketball camp in the 1980’s.
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Legends reunite as Gene Keady visits Bob Knight: ‘Great catching up and reminiscing’

One legendary basketball coach visited another on Tuesday. Longtime Purdue coach Gene Keady visited IU coaching legend Bob Knight in Bloomington. “Took an afternoon drive to Bloomington to see Bob & Karen Knight,” Keady posted on Facebook. “It was great catching up and reminiscing!” More: ‘Remember how you (expletive) got your job’: Bob Knight's relationship with...

Gene Keady AGAIN Named Finalist For Basketball Hall of Fame

On December 21st Gene Keady was again listed as a finalist for the next class of the Basketball Hall of Fame. After failing to make the cut last year Keady will get another shot at it. It’s insane to me that he isn’t already in and it seems like I’m not alone in that.

Incarnate Word coach returned to Purdue where he learned coaching blueprint from Gene Keady

WEST LAFAYETTE — Legendary former Purdue men's basketball coach Gene Keady's blueprint for a successful program consisted of three things: Do the right thing, go to class and be on time.  It sounds simple, but for a 19-year-old college student, those three things may not be the easiest guidelines to adhere to. Keady's ability to get his...