BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) -Bob Knight has been hired by ESPN as a guest studio analyst for the NCAA tournament.
Knight retired as coach at Texas Tech on Feb. 4, with his son Pat Knight taking over.
The Hall of Fame coach will begin work for ESPN March 12 during the conference tournaments. He will provide analysis through the Final Four.
Knight's career has been highlighted by three national championships at Indiana and countless on-court outbursts.

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