This story originally ran in The Post on March 31, 2014
There are two sides to Bob Boldon. One side is overly critical, blunt and could find flaws on the Mona Lisa.
Then there’s the other side, which, on a chilly spring morning, sits in his office smiling and says, “You don’t know what to do with all this optimism, do ya?”
During Boldon’s first season at the helm of the Ohio women’s basketball program, his team experienced both sides.
Boldon coached the youngest team he’s ever worked with, a team fresh off the worst season in Ohio history. (continue reading here)