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Black history month: Steve Robinson


Steve Robinson became the first black men's basketball coach at Florida State and promptly led the Seminoles to the second round of the NCAA tournament in 1997-98. FSU hasn't been back to the Big Dance since. Robinson lasted five seasons with the Seminoles, compiling a 64-86 record. He returned to Kansas as an assistant for Roy Williams, who left for North Carolina in 2003-04 and brought Robinson with him. (Tallahassee Democrat)


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