which measures a coach’s success not in victories, but in the care and guidance provided for the balanced development of players.
“For me, it’s always about more than winning,” Hurley said. “With all the guys involved, I think our team has
a level of respect that we just like to keep going. If you’re going to be in this for wins and losses, no matter what you’re situation is, you’re not going to be around it long.
“I certainly appreciate the votes of the coaches and the respect that they give our program for voting that way,” Hurley added.
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