I've heard from others that he was legendary, and those people all know what they're talking about, so it seems very legit.
Former USC Baseball Coach Rod Dedeaux Dies
Ex-USC Baseball Coach Rod Dedeaux, Named by Publications As 'Coach of the Century', Dies at 91
LOS ANGELES Jan 6, 2006 — Rod Dedeaux was a colorful character and a remarkable baseball coach.
Dedeaux, who guided Southern California to a record 11 NCAA baseball championships and helped mold such major league greats as Mark McGwire, Randy Johnson and Tom Seaver, died Thursday. He was 91.
Dedeaux headed a thriving trucking business and he once said of his reported $1 annual salary at USC: "I always say everyone gets paid what they're worth. I could cash my check on the bus."