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Or buy your coach.” Vaccaro’s audience, the members of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, bristled.
“They have a phenomenal support system with family, a recovery specialist, three or four doctors, strength coaches, rehab specialists, and I come in right where I need to be.
When they want to get faster and work on agility, quickness, and vision, I’m right there and ready for them whenever they call.” Sometimes those calls can come very late at night. (“That’s the kind of guy Odell is, and how dedicated he is,” Liggin says.) Truth is, calling Liggin a "trainer" doesn't quite capture what he does.
While leading the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships during his legendary career, the five-time MVP wore his University of North Carolina shorts under his uniform in every game.
Jordan led UNC to the NCAA Championships in 1982 and believed the mesh marvels brought him luck.