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His Own Man
Following in the footsteps of three College Hall of Fame coaches, Delaware’s K.C. Keeler is making footsteps of his own and has picked up right where his Blue Hen predecessors left off: by winning championships

By David Purdum

Delaware’s K.C. Keeler doesn’t have many bad days. And since his return to his alma mater in 2002, neither have the Blue Hens. “I’ve never seen him in a bad mood,” said Mike Corey, co-host of the “K.C. Keeler Show” on 94.7 FM, the River. “Even if he is having a bad day, you would never be able to tell it.”

Maybe that’s because, these days in Newark, Del., there’s just not a lot to be upset about: Times are good. Fresh off winning the school’s sixth national title in only his second year, the energetic ...

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