Here he was named a two-time All-American NJCAA wrestler and in his second year he won the championship. While wrestling at Bismarck State he was being watched by the University of Minnesota. They gave him a scholarship as well. (Cohen 2) In his first year he lost the championship match by a 3-2 decision over Stephen Neal. By next season already he was just throwing guys across the mat like rag dolls.
Ali introduced an incredible strategy nobody had ever seen before. It was called the Rope-a-Dope. Ali would stand flatfooted against the ropes and allow for Foreman to punch and punch and punch until becoming fatigued. By the eighth round, the unbeaten champion was exhausted, Ali easily knocked Foreman out (Riley). He had become the second heavyweight (Patterson was the first) to regain the title.
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Knight was given the nickname, “The General” by Dick Vitale because the he was highly educated in military history. Indiana reached the Final Four in 1973, losing to UCLA. In 1976, the Hoosiers were undefeated at 32-0 and won championship, beating Michigan 86-68 in the title game. Knight’s Hoosiers also won championships in 1981. When Indiana won the 1979 NIT championships, Knight led the U.S. national team to a gold metal in the Olympic Games as coach of the Michael Jordan team.