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  1. Dean Smith was raised in Eliasville, Texas, and currently lives between Graham and Breckenridge, Texas, where he raises horses and longhorn cattle. He attended the University of Texas at Austin where he competed in track and football. He won an Olympic gold medal for the 400-meter relay in the 1952 Helsinki games and finished fourth in the 100-dash in the closest race in Olympic history.

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    Dean Smith was raised in Eliasville, Texas, and currently lives between Graham and Breckenridge, Texas, where he raises horses and longhorn cattle. He attended the University of Texas at Austin where he competed in track and football.

  3. Mar 5, 2014 · Editor's note: Dean Smith died Saturday at the age of 83. This story about the toll dementia took on the legendary former North Carolina coach was originally posted on March 5, 2014.

  4. Dean Smith. The winningest basketball coach in college history, Dean Smith (born 1931) retired from the University of North Carolina in 1997 after 36 seasons. His teams won 879 games and had 27 consecutive seasons of at least 20 victories. Under Dean Smith, the University of North Carolina Tar Heels made 11 appearances in the Final Four of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division I college basketball tournament.

  5. Feb 11, 2015 · UNC Tar Heels head basketball coach Dean Smith gives instructions during a 1997 playoff game against the Colorado Buffaloes. Smith died Saturday. He was 83.

  6. Dean Smith (born 19 March 1971) is an English professional football manager and former player. He was most recently the manager of EFL Championship club Norwich City . Starting his playing career as a defender with Walsall in 1989, over the course of five years he played 166 league and cup games.

  7. Dean Smith. Born: February 28, 1931. Alma Mater: Kansas (1953) As Player: 56 G, 1.5 PPG, Kansas (Full Record) Career Record (major schools): 36 Years, 879-254, .776 W-L% School: North Carolina (879-254) Conference Champion: 17 Times (Reg. Seas.), 13 Times (Tourn.) NCAA Tournament: 27 Years (65-27), 11 Final Fours, 2 Championships. NCAA Champion: 1982 and 1993. More info

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