Gleason: Knights look to build on success




Oct. 16, 2013

WEST POINT -- The previous four Army men's basketball coaches were unable to do what Zach Spiker did in his fourth season at West Point last year. He is perhaps one more big season from Army athletic director Boo Corrigan fielding phone calls from prospective schools gauging interest in the fresh-faced 37-year-old coach.

Of course, Spiker would just as soon bypass such conversational nuggets. He is genuinely modest and wired to the present, both clear keys to his coaching chops, and carries precisely one overwhelming thought to the day, every day. How can he help Army improve off its best season in 28 years?

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