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Lobos assistant coach Duane Broussard says that with parents in law enforcement, he grew up knowing that right and wrong isn't a matter of opinion.
This applied everywhere, not just in courtrooms or the back of squad cars.
Be on time. Do your homework. Respect authority. Obey the rules.
No questions asked.
Years later, Broussard, 31, says his old-school upbringing governs his approach to coaching college basketball players.
"The discipline and training and structure were preached to me," he said. "That comes into play when coaching kids.
"Law enforcement to me is cut-and-dried, black-and-white, there are no gray areas."