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Recommendation: Damon Bailey!

He was later employed as the boys' basketball coach for his alma mater, Bedford North Lawrence High School. The team finished 11–10 in Bailey's first coaching year. The Times-Mail in Bedford, Indiana reported on March 1, 2007 that Bailey had resigned as coach of BNL after two seasons, he finished with a 23-19 overall record.[11] Bailey is the co-owner of Hawkins-Bailey Warehouse in Bedford, Indiana. Bailey was the assistant coach of the BNL Lady Stars basketball team for four seasons, including the 2012–2013 Indiana high school state basketball championship winning team. Bailey was named the head coach of the Lady Stars in May 2013, replacing Kurt Godlevske, who left to be an assistant coach for the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball team. As the head coach in the 2013–2014 season, Bailey led the Lady Stars to their second consecutive state title.[2] In May 2014, Godlevske was promoted to head coach for Butler's women's team, and Bailey again joined him as an assistant at Butler. In April 2017, Bailey resigned as the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball assistant coach after three seasons. Bailey stated that he was leaving coaching to focus on Hawkins Bailey Warehouse distribution company, a business in Bedford, Indiana, which he is a co-owner.

He has an interest in coaching. What better to build on that back at IU, to support the rebuilding of the elite status for IU bb. 

 

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1 hour ago, 1972 Born Hoosier said:

Recommendation: Damon Bailey!

He was later employed as the boys' basketball coach for his alma mater, Bedford North Lawrence High School. The team finished 11–10 in Bailey's first coaching year. The Times-Mail in Bedford, Indiana reported on March 1, 2007 that Bailey had resigned as coach of BNL after two seasons, he finished with a 23-19 overall record.[11] Bailey is the co-owner of Hawkins-Bailey Warehouse in Bedford, Indiana. Bailey was the assistant coach of the BNL Lady Stars basketball team for four seasons, including the 2012–2013 Indiana high school state basketball championship winning team. Bailey was named the head coach of the Lady Stars in May 2013, replacing Kurt Godlevske, who left to be an assistant coach for the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball team. As the head coach in the 2013–2014 season, Bailey led the Lady Stars to their second consecutive state title.[2] In May 2014, Godlevske was promoted to head coach for Butler's women's team, and Bailey again joined him as an assistant at Butler. In April 2017, Bailey resigned as the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball assistant coach after three seasons. Bailey stated that he was leaving coaching to focus on Hawkins Bailey Warehouse distribution company, a business in Bedford, Indiana, which he is a co-owner.

He has an interest in coaching. What better to build on that back at IU, to support the rebuilding of the elite status for IU bb. 

 

all the assistant coaching positions are filled

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1 hour ago, 1972 Born Hoosier said:

Recommendation: Damon Bailey!

He was later employed as the boys' basketball coach for his alma mater, Bedford North Lawrence High School. The team finished 11–10 in Bailey's first coaching year. The Times-Mail in Bedford, Indiana reported on March 1, 2007 that Bailey had resigned as coach of BNL after two seasons, he finished with a 23-19 overall record.[11] Bailey is the co-owner of Hawkins-Bailey Warehouse in Bedford, Indiana. Bailey was the assistant coach of the BNL Lady Stars basketball team for four seasons, including the 2012–2013 Indiana high school state basketball championship winning team. Bailey was named the head coach of the Lady Stars in May 2013, replacing Kurt Godlevske, who left to be an assistant coach for the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball team. As the head coach in the 2013–2014 season, Bailey led the Lady Stars to their second consecutive state title.[2] In May 2014, Godlevske was promoted to head coach for Butler's women's team, and Bailey again joined him as an assistant at Butler. In April 2017, Bailey resigned as the Butler Bulldogs women's basketball assistant coach after three seasons. Bailey stated that he was leaving coaching to focus on Hawkins Bailey Warehouse distribution company, a business in Bedford, Indiana, which he is a co-owner.

He has an interest in coaching. What better to build on that back at IU, to support the rebuilding of the elite status for IU bb. 

 

Well hello Mr. Bailey! Haha no seriously, is this you? 

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7 minutes ago, Coach Robby said:

Well hello Mr. Bailey! Haha no seriously, is this you? 

Well it could be because he was 2 years younger than I am and I was born in 1970.  Also i would have loved to see Damon part of the program in some capacity.

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