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March 31, 2014 4:55 PM

USF men's basketball hires Kentucky Wildcats aide to lead team

Orlando Antigua carried a bullet in his head for six years, reminding him nothing should be taken granted. He used the near-death incident as motivation, and Monday realized a dream when the University of South Florida named the 41-year-old as its new head men’s basketball coach.

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