Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, November 17, 2014

Mike Davis made some history Monday night.

The Texas Southern coach became the first former Indiana coach to return to Assembly Hall as an opponent.

Indiana won the game, 83-64.

Davis, an assistant on Bobby Knight's staff, replaced The General, originally as the interim coach, after the legendary coach was fired in September 2000.

Davis won enough games to shed the "interim" label and stayed at Indiana until 2006. He, of course, is best known for guiding Indiana on its memorable run to the 2002 NCAA tourney championship game, which it lost to Maryland.

After leaving Indiana, Davis went to UAB, where he coached from 2006-2012, and he's now in his third season at Texas Southern.