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July 9, 2012 10:04 PM

Mark Story: Top talent evaluators include ... Billy Gillispie?

Billy Gillispie sat out of coaching for two seasons after his troubled tour at Kentucky. Last year, his first as head man at Texas Tech, the Red Raiders went a horrid 8-23 and won one Big 12 game. Yet, by one current measure, Billy G. ranks among the top five of most successful coaches in men's college basketball. Bear with me, I'll explain.

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