|Bobby Knight's Career Highlights|
||Became head coach at Indiana after compiling a 102-50 record at Army in six years, including four NIT appearances.
||Was a unanimous selection as Coach of the Year.
||Won 200th game with a 93-56 win over Georgia. Won NCAA championship with an 86-68 win over Michigan. Named Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
||Won NIT championship with a 53-52 win over Purdue. Coached the United States to a gold medal in the Pan American Games.
||Won 300th game with an 83-69 win over Northwestern.
||Won NCAA championship with an 63-50 win over North Carolina.
||Won 400th game with a 81-68 win over Kentucky. Coached the United States to a gold medal in the Summer Olympics.
||Won NCAA championship with a 74-73 win over Syracuse.
||Became the winningest coach in Big Ten history with his 214th win, a 74-73 win over Purdue.
||Won 500th game with a 92-67 win over Northwestern, at age 48 became the second youngest coach to win 500 games. Named Coach of the Year by the Associated Press and the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
||Selected to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Won 10th Big Ten title.
||Made 16th NCAA appearance and fifth in the Final Four with Indiana. Has a post-season tournament record of 46-15.
||Won 600th game with a 75-67 win over Iowa, at age 52 to become youngest coach to win 600 games, just a few months ahead of the late Henry Iba. Won 11th Big Ten title. 1995
||Won 700th game with a 70-66 victory over Wisconsin, one of only 13 coaches in college basketball history.
||Won 800th game with a 75-49 victory over Nebraska, one of only six coaches in NCAA men's basketball history.