No reason to expect Huggins to hibernate

November 4, 2002
By Andy Katz
NEW YORK -- Bob Huggins shuffled into the suite at the Essex House reserved for the ESPN interview Tuesday night. Less than a month after suffering a heart attack, at first looking a bit reserved, Huggins almost appeared timid about the attention he was receiving for simply showing up at a Jimmy V Classic dinner at the New York Athletic Club.

But that was just a cover. Huggins is a throwback, one of the last remaining tough, intelligent old-school coaches, not about to let something like ...

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