Bob Knight forgot to silence his cellphone before giving a speech to a retirement community in Carmel, Indiana, and thanks to video from the Indianapolis Star, we now know what the Hall of Fame coach's ringtone is.

It is the absolute perfect selection for a man who makes no apologies for who he is and what he stands for: "My Way" by Frank Sinatra.

The video of the speech runs 13 minutes, and Knight gets the first of two calls at the 1:16 mark.

In typical Knight fashion, his time with the residents of The Barrington swerved from the funny to the serious, from the profane to the emotional. Star reporter Dana Hunsinger Benbow writes that after he told the story about how one of his Texas Tech players is finally getting his degree, "tears welled up in Knight's eyes."

"I asked him 'Why did you decide to come back to school and get a degree?'" Knight told the packed room of retirees. "He said, 'Coach, let me tell you. Somebody told me that in all the years that you coached you only had two kids that didn't graduate and, coach, I didn't want to be one of them.'"

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