Click here to watch Andy's Story.

Click here to watch a memorable ESPN
video of Coach's 95th birthday party.

Click here to Watch COACH WOODEN and ANDY
HILL in an incredible segment from
Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel.

Click here to read "Forever Coach".

T. Rowe Price Investment Services, Inc. says: "Thank you for being the keynote speaker at our annual sales retreat. Your speech was an informative and inspiring presentation that was the perfect kick-off to our meeting both in content and quality of delivery."

KEN BLANCHARD (Co-author of The One Minute Manager® and Gung Ho!) says: "Be Quick-But Don't Hurry! is rooted in time tested truths that are a winning formula for anyone who desires success. The concepts are proven and the results legendary. This book will inspire you toward greatness."

The same kind of insights found in Andy's best-selling book are now featured in his dynamic speeches that focus on Coach Wooden's keys to leadership and life and the ways that Andy used those lessons in his television career overseeing hit shows like TOUCHED BY AN ANGEL; WALKER, TEXAS RANGER; DR. QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN; CAROLINE IN THE CITY, and many other family favorites.

The Greatest Coach Ever Leads By Example
John Wooden was recently honored as the greatest coach of all time by Sporting News. Click here to read Andy's tribute.
The White House
With Coach Wooden, Coach's daughter Nan, a Marine Honor Guard, Coach's son Jim, and Andy and Janice Hill. Click here to read about Andy's unforgetable trip with Coach to receive his Medal of Freedom.
University of Michigan School of Music
Andy gives the commencement speech at The University of Michigan School of Music, May 2004. Read Andy's commencement speech here.
It Was Time To Call Coach
By Bruin Basketball Report

He never thought he would ever talk to him again.

For decades, a painful chapter in his life had been left buried beneath long forgotten newspaper clippings and uneasy memories of once playing for the greatest college basketball program and its legendary coach.

Continued here.

The Inside Track (LA Times, 2003)
By Lonnie White

Over the years, John Wooden has touched thousands with his famed Pyramid of Success, an important tool behind UCLA's dominant basketball program of the 1960s and 1970s. But not all of his players took to his teachings right away.

Andrew Hill, an All-City player at University High in the late 1960s, was one of those players. Hill bumped heads with Wooden throughout his disappointing career playing for UCLA. Although he was a member of three national championship teams, Hill rarely played and was known for his rocky relationship with Wooden, who even suggested that he transfer following his sophomore season.

In his book, Hill gives readers a unique look at what it was like to be a bench player under Wooden and it was anything but easy. By the time Hill graduated, he couldn't wait to get on with his life and leave his Bruin basketball experience behind.

That's when Hill's story takes a sharp turn. After working his way up the ladder in the entertainment world, Hill found himself as president of CBS Productions in charge of several hit television shows, including "Touched by an Angel," "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman," "Walker, Texas Ranger" and "Caroline in the City." That's when Hill realized that Wooden's teachings were directly responsible for his professional success.

Hill reunites with Wooden 25 years after graduating from UCLA and they produce the 21 secrets to the Pyramid of Success. With phrases such as "Keep it Simple" to "Great Leaders Give Credit to Others, but Accept the Blame Themselves," Hill and Wooden produce a book that's a must read for not only those involved in sports but those who want to reach their goals in life.

Intro music cue courtesy of Sons of Westwood, UCLA Alumni Band