MNT May 22, 2010
Bob Bradley got a chance to spend time with a fellow former Princeton coach, the legendary Pete Carril. One of the most successful collegiate basketball coaches in history, the inventor of the famed "Princeton offense" and holder of the best record in Ivy League history collected 13 Ivy League championships and 11 berths to the NCAA tournament. Leading the Tigers from 1967-1996, he is the only coach in history to win 500 games without having any athletic scholarships. He led Princeton to one of the greatest upsets in tournament history, defeating UCLA in the first round of the NCAA tournament in 1996 by a score of 43-41.