Core Values Intact, Beilein on Big Stage

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Core Values Intact, Beilein on Big Stage
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ATLANTA — John Beilein was already well into his career, and he was still toiling away at Canisius College, and by rights he should have been trying to collect every victory he could, every accolade he could, every short boost up the ladder of his profession. This was 1995, Madison Square Garden, the consolation game of the NIT. Virginia Tech had blown Canisius’ doors off in the semifinals, ending the Griffs’ run through the JV brackets, but Beilein still had plenty to play for. Beat Penn State, win a 22nd game at a school he personally had revived from dust, be one of a handful of teams to win its last game of the season.

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