If he had an ounce of integrity or class, he'd donate all the monies he earned from the shoe/apparel contracts back to L-ville. It is ashamed that being a prolific rule breaker will be his legacy, instead of being one of the greatest college bball coaches of all time. He was a great innovator and took an undermanned Providence team with Billy Donovan, and made them relevant by making the 3 point shot a focal point of their offense, which wasn't fashionable back then. For full disclosure, I never watched this live, but learned of it on an ESPN documentary.
He won NC with two different teams and re-invented his identity as being as being a premier defensive guru (especially with the variety of pressure defenses he employs), and in my mind humble opinion, was the best coach in cbb since I've been watching. Keep in mind, I was around for the Brian gregory years, so it is high praise indeed.