Final Four coach did time as pharma sales rep

It's not every year that the coach of an NCAA Final Four team used to sell prescription drugs. Between college and the start of his coaching career, Brad Stevens, the 31-year-old coach of the Bulldogs, did a short stint as a marketing associate at Eli Lilly working from Lilly's HQ in Indianapolis. He left the drug maker in 2000 to join the staff at Butler, also in town. Report

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