Second stint, 11th year. Kyle Isaacs spent 2008 through 2010 on the Matador Men’s Basketball coaching staff as a part-time assistant under Kelly Green, and then departed for a full-time spot as assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Texas A&M University-Kingsville in 2010-11. Isaacs returned to AWC when his good friend Charles Harral became the head coach in 2012. As an undergrad in college, Isaacs was a student manager for legendary coach Bob Knight at Texas Tech University. While at TTU, Isaacs was part of the Red Raiders’ squad that went to the ‘Sweet 16’ of the 2005 NCAA Tournament. After being promoted to graduate assistant, he was part of the filming of the hit reality TV show “Knight School” and was on the bench when Coach Knight became the winningest coach in NCAA Men’s basketball history with his 880th career victory. Isaacs also teaches in AWC’s Physical Education and Wellness Department. Isaacs earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise and Sports Science while at TTU, and earned his Master’s Degree in Sports Management in 2009.