FOX19 NOW's Tricia Macke sat down with former University of Cincinnati Bearcats head men's basketball coach Bob Huggins.
Huggins was the Bearcats head coach from 1989 till 2005. During that time, he took the Bearcats to one Final Four during the 1991-1992 season. He also led the Bearcats to 14 straight NCAA tournament appearances.
He compiled a 399–127 record (.759) in his 16 years at Cincinnati, making him the winningest coach in terms of victories and percentage in the school's basketball history.
During his tenure, Huggins coached three consensus All-Americans--Danny Fortson, Kenyon Martin (the consensus player of the year in 1999–2000) and Steve Logan.
In 2007, he returned to his alma mater at West Virginia where he is still the Mountaineers head basketball coach.
His 690–251 record (.733) during his 28 seasons as a head coach ranks him eighth in winning percentage and fourth in victories among active Division I coaches.
Watch the video above for Another Side of Bob Huggins.