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Nolan Richardson, 1996

Posted on February 28, 2015 | in Uncategorized | by
Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson reacts to an officals call Feb. 11, 1996 durning the second half of Kentucky's 88-73 win over the Razorbacks. The second-ranked Wildcats utilized a deep bench and improved to 20-1 overall and 10-0 in the Southeastern Conference. Richardson, who's Arkansas team won the NCAA title two years ealier, was known for coaching teams that played an fast-paced game with pressure defense - a style that was known as "40 Minutes of Hell." Photo by Frank Anderson | staff

Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson reacted to an official’s call during Kentucky’s 88-73 win over the Razorbacks on Feb. 11, 1996, in Rupp Arena. The second-ranked Wildcats improved to 20-1 overall and 10-0 in the Southeastern Conference. Richardson, whose Arkansas team won the NCAA title two years earlier, was known for coaching teams that played a fast-paced game with pressure defense — a style that was known as “40 minutes of hell.”  Photo by Frank Anderson | Staff

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