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 Coaches with 600 victories who have spent a minimum of 10 seasons in Division I with last school worked at listed (x-active, records through games of Dec. 22, 2007):
1. x-Bob Knight, Texas Tech 896
2. Dean Smith, North Carolina 879
3. Adolph Rupp, Kentucky 876
4. Jim Phelan, Mt. St. Mary's, Md. 830
5. Eddie Sutton, Oklahoma State 798
6. Lefty Driesell, Georgia State 786
7. x-Mike Krzyzewski, Duke 785
8. x-Lute Olson, Arizona 780
9. Lou Henson, New Mexico State 779
10. Henry Iba, Oklahoma State 764
11. Ed Diddle, Western Kentucky 759
12. x-Jim Boeheim, Syracuse 759
13. x-Jim Calhoun, Connecticut 758
14. Phog Allen, Kansas 746
15. John Chaney, Temple 741
16. Jerry Tarkanian, Fresno State 729
17. Norm Stewart, Missouri 728
18. Ray Meyer, DePaul 724
19. Don Haskins, Texas-El Paso 719
20. Denny Crum, Louisville 675
21. John Wooden, UCLA 664
22. Ralph Miller, Oregon State 657
23. Gene Bartow, Ala.-Birmingham 647
24. Billy Tubbs, Lamar 641
25. Marv Harshman, Washington 637
26. Hugh Durham, Jacksonville 633
27. Cam Henderson, Marshall 630
28. Norm Sloan, Florida 624
29. x-Bob Huggins, West Virginia 600

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