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From the always excellent Dave Sez:

You are probably aware of the occasional practice of college coaches hiring the fathers of big-time recruits as "assistant coaches." It's shady, but it happens. The most famous case is Larry Brown hiring Danny Manning's father who was working at the time as a truck driver. And of course, here in the ACC, that's how Dean Smith landed Scott Williams, Roy's son.

I've been snickering all day since reading that.