Muse coping with Prosser's death

Originally Published: August 3, 2007
By Andy Katz | ESPN.com

Mike Muse already had set out on his career path. He was a high school coach. He was in his mid-40s.

But there was always something missing for him, a dream deferred that he couldn't quell. He wanted to compete for a national championship -- in Division I men's basketball.

So, after working Wake Forest's camps for Skip Prosser for three years and attending nearly 20 practices a season, he jumped at the chance to replace Tim Fuller as Prosser's director of basketball ...

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