Setting a record margin of victory in a national men’s basketball championship game when his 1990 Runnin’ Rebels team defeated Duke 103-73. That 30-point margin still is the record today. Compiling a Division I coaching record of 784-202 while at Long Beach State, UNLV, and Fresno State. Compiling a career winning percentage of .784 as recognized by NCAA , which ranks 10th all-time. Becoming the second-fastest coach to reach 700 career wins in NCAA history, behind only Kentucky’s Adolph Rupp. Coaching Division I teams for a total of 31 years. Posting a 509-105 (.829) record at UNLV. Having a winning season each year at UNLV while coaching 13 players recognized as All-Americans a total of 20 times. Winning 11 regular-season conference championships, seven tournament championships and making 12 NCAA Tournament appearances, including a string of nine straight — all at UNLV. Becoming an eight-time conference coach of the year while at UNLV. Coaching his final UNLV game on March 3, 1992, with the Rebels defeating Utah State 65-53. He left UNLV as the winningest coach in college basketball history (.835).