Sunday, October 06, 2002
Huggins intends to make 'Breakfast'
By Michael Perry, email@example.com
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Bob plans to be at Breakfast with Bob.
University of Cincinnati coach Bob Huggins, recovering from a heart attack suffered Sept.28, will attend Saturday's festivities at Shoemaker Center to mark the start of basketball practice, UC officials said Saturday.
That announcement was made at the Cincinnati-Miami football game.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. The team will be introduced at 9:30 a.m., followed by drills and a brief scrimmage.
He has committed to being there, and the doctors have given him the green light, said Tom Hathaway, UC's assistant athletic director for media relations.
Huggins will leave Christ Hospital, where he has been since Wednesday morning, at some point this week. Huggins was transferred to Christ from The Medical Center in Beaver, Pa., where he underwent a heart catheterization and a stent-placement procedure eight days ago.
There is nothing new to report today, Christ Hospital director of public relations Heather DeWeese said Saturday. His tests results are still being evaluated, and he's still in the same condition.
Huggins was upgraded to fair condition Friday.
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