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How Duke's Vic Bubas went from scorned newcomer to Blue Devils trailblazer


Lost amid the four ACC regular-season titles, four ACC tournament championships and three Final Four appearances during his highly successful decade at Duke was the unpopularity of Vic Bubas when he arrived as the Blue Devils head basketball coach in May of 1959. Cameron’s gamble in hiring Bubas came without conducting an interview with the 32-year-old coach. (Durham Herald-Sun)


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