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9 > Image 9 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1985, No. 3

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Coach Joe Hall s Record = `` *= 1 ~ * Year screen w t pd. S - iz " 4, * < " I96O Regis IO II .476 i i _ l Ee V.:- pf __' I96I Regis IO IO .5OO 2** lg q:____ .1 4__. I962 Regis IO II .476 I _P ` N I963 Regis I5 9 .625 I /~ ;_ . _ I964 Regis I2 9 .57I li , I965 Central Mo. I9 6 .760 I i` _, l973 Kentucky 2O 8 .7I4 . . _.- ig " _ I974 Kentucky I3 I3 .500 - A . . I975 Kentucky 26 5 .839 i \ I I ` i _. or _..- _ _ , I976 Kentucky 2O IO .667 1 . __ _ " i ' ___. , __,v , I977 Kentucky 26 4 .867 , r -. A . ' I978 Kentucky 30 2 .938 p ` L_ . I979 Kentucky I9 I2 .6I3 _ 1` ` ``` i ` , , I98O Kentucky 29 6 .829 ` I98l Kentucky 22 6 .786 I I B25 EI"lY 55 2 $33 en uc y . .. , I984 Kentucky 29 5 .853 V p ry go I985 Kentucky is I3 .581 " 4 ri , _`*y Totals 373 I56 .705 _ . g1 .._ 1 1 V 7 i" .4.;. Won I978 NCAA championship ~t .j"<* " I I .4 ,, g Won I976 NIT championship g E . " fc ' . gd 1 J 1- i_j Y ' ~*` N" g . 1 T. . ` _ A .1 __ _ Z; . yr': A,_ .1 "Yzfifr _, _ ( I ' JJ L l i r f *CIOckwiseiKehtuckycoiachess.[oe2.B,Ij|,a|I, . e I * ___. . *4..; " ' 2 * idJimHdtFieId;_Lake,|eI|y goythreononsj . . " . . -C S Wllhlhef?I'?s{ei*E.Ei 1.. .i1.s 1 ~E>.-:2 ..o.9 ` 'I ' I " I S .1... . Isistsi C *iHIIldIi9ih Rt5?tI|i 1.i1*` YE gi>gsIgetbaI_I__>durinQdthe,I,st.,ggtnEgin , _.. { . ii?i:Mt!6iiq|ZQI$fit}iMtHi@2*I976A 1s. ..1 2 .=. 2 T ..i. 12i.1.;.J;1 "Most of us develop our theories of choice to attend UK. speech by his players. "If they make a . discipline and responsibility from our "l\/Iy feeling in that situation was to good impression when interviewed and I parents," Hall says. "I look at athlet- say, lo0k, this is the program here at in personal appearances throughout the ics, and my responsibility to those play- Kentucky; wed very much like to have state and country, that only enhances ers, as essentially, a parent away from you and this is whats expected of you. them," he says. "If they foul up and do home. In the recruitment of them, I be- He may not be a good citizen when he not project a good image and do not ex- came very close to their parents and comes to Kentucky, but he will be when ercise discipline, that messes them up they transferred, in some sense, that re- he leaves." and hurts them in their future." sponsibility to me." Hall credits his success as a recruiter Hall acknowledges the existence of One of the major soiling points in to two factorsa good product and a sports as big business on campuses Hauis Career was the [rust he earned I"1I`l'l'1 in "If YOU believe in YOUY HCYOSS the YIHIIOH, IDUI OPPOSCS any f`rOrr1[heparentSOfp1g_yerS_ Hedidlgok product with enthusiasm and display rection deviant from the educational 1 at himself as the ~papa bear), and has that to your customer, that it is the best, goals of the universities. With the in- i ll been known to Wai; for players until tho he will then buy it. Then all the sales creased financial gains being realized by ' Woo hours of rho morning things involved in consumating a deal athletic programs, an alarming number "You gain a reputation so that par- are much the same as getting a large of schools have been penalized for ents believe in you and in your pro- contract for a coal company. cheating and illegal activities. Hall says , gram," Hall says. "You attract the Hall refers to UK basketball as a there is no place in college sports for { type of men that put a premium on "lishbowl existence," wherein the op- such activities, but believes the problem 1 our ro ram. Your return is that ou ortunit is resent to develo a osi- is not as ersistent as re orted b the I y Y P g Y P Y P P P_ P P Y . I receive a solid, young person to perpet- tive or negative image. But a negative media. uate your program." image, he says, can be reflected quickly "We run a clean program at Ken- 1 In recruiting, Hall disregarded the throughout the state and nation, by an tucky and I think most schools do," past reputation of players, but instead isolated incident. Hall says. "The widespread cheating explained what would be expected of The appearance of a UK basketball people refer to is nickel and dime things them at UK. If the recruit decided to player was foremost to Hall, who in- and those of serious nature are far and . conform to the said standards, it was his sisted on proper dress and improved few between." I UK 7