Wednesday January 23, 2013Bill Koss a Part of the 2013 Class of Allstate SEC Basketball Legends
Former Gator Bill Koss was named a part of the 2013 class of the Allstate SEC Basketball Legends on Wednesday, January 23 by the Southeastern Conference office. One former player from each member of the conference was recognized. The legends will be honored at the SEC Menís Basketball Tournament on March 13-17 in Nashville, Tenn.
Koss was a member of the UF menís basketball team from 1963-65. He played in 48 games in his Florida career and averaged 2.8 points per game and 2.3 rebounds per contest.
Since his playing days, Koss has been involved with the program as an assistant coach and broadcaster. He served an assistant coach from 1966-72. For the past 34 years he has served as an analyst for various radio and television stations covering the University of Florida menís basketball team. Koss has worked for Sun Sports and Fox Sports Florida for the past 19 years.
The 2013 class also includes Wimp Sanderson, Alabama; Jerry Carlton, Arkansas; Ronnie Battle, Auburn; Tim Bassett, Georgia; Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky; Geert Hammink, LSU; Rahim Lockhart, Ole Miss; Horatio Webster, Mississippi State; Norm Stewart, Missouri; Eddie Fogler, South Carolina; Len Kosmalski, Tennessee; John Beasley, Texas A&M; Mike Rhoades, Vanderbilt.