What started as an interesting sports story has turned into a fascinating Adolph Rupp DVD documentary about the legendary University of Kentucky basketball coach. Dick Gabriel of WKYT-TV (Lexington, KY) and the Big Blue Sports Network has produced the definitive modern-era report on the myths and facts behind Coach Rupp's racist reputation.
Gabriel's Adolph Rupp documentary DVD is a straight-on look at the accusations made against Rupp over the years, supported by interesting, insightful interviews with many former players, coaches and friends of coach Rupp such as C. M. Newton, Larry Conley, former Rupp assistant coach Neil Reed and Jim Tucker, an African American from Paris, Kentucky, for whom coach Rupp helped arrange a scholarship to Duquesne University in the 1950s.
An Adolph Rupp: Myth, Legend and Fact basketball DVD may change some people's view of the coach and, at the very least, provide documented fact behind the perhaps-fictional racist image of one of the country's greatest collegiate coaches.
Buy an Adolph Rupp DVD and get the real story behind one of college basketball's greatest coaches.