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Former Coach Proud Of Luke Hancock

Chris Morris says he's enjoyed watching Louisville's run to the final four for no other reason than Luke Hancock.

Now the Athletic Director at Hidden Valley, Morris was Hancock's basketball coach at the school, and knew from the start he had what it takes to be a great college basketball player.

Morris calls Hancock an "x-factor". Someone who can do things with a basketball and make it look easy where most players cant.

Morris a lifelong duke fan said that during the Elite Eight game that pitted his favorite basketball school against his former player, he found himself for the first time in his life rooting against the blue devils so Luke could make it to Atlanta.

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