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Former Nevada men's basketball coach Trent Johnson reflects on the Packs '04 Sweet 16 run

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Trent Johnson was hired as the University of Nevada's head men's basketball coach in 1999.

Johnson lead the Pack to a 25-9 record and its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 1985. The Pack defeated Michigan State and Gonzaga in the opening rounds of the tournament, before falling to Georgia Tech in the Sweet 16.

After Nevada, Johnson coached at Stanford, LSU, TCU, Louisville, and is now an assistant coach for the California Bears.

He joins NSN Daily via Zoom to talk about the new Ramon Sessions basketball facility on Nevada's campus, and his time coaching for the Pack.


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