Steve Prohm is sure he's turned a few heads during Murray State's undefeated start.
Not just because the ninth-ranked Racers' are the only unbeaten men's team left in Division I, but because the first-time head coach seems surprisingly unflappable.
The 37-year-old Prohm says his mentor Billy Kennedy taught him the show should be on the court, not in the coaches' box.
While Prohm is unable to keep his sports coat on for more than a few minutes during games, he is content to let his veteran group of players play.
Prohm rarely calls timeouts during stretches of poor play and keeps from unnecessarily raising his voice in key moments.
His approach is working to perfection.
Murray State (23-0, 11-0 Ohio Valley Conference) faces Tennessee State (15-10, 8-4) on Thursday night.