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Jarvis Suspended at FAU

Florida Atlantic Head Coach Mike Jarvis was suspended for this past Saturday’s game vs. Arkansas State. The suspension was a result of the three technical fouls that he received in the Owls 1/22 game vs. Louisiana-Monroe. The Sun Belt Conference is still investigating the matter and may suspend Jarvis for more games. I’ve been in

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Jarvis Update

Still haven’t been able to get the video on the Jarvis 3-technical-ejection, but here’s what went down: Apparently towards the end of the first half, there was a questionable call near the FAU bench. The bench was given a technical foul – and then it got out of hand. Apparently Coach Jarvis made contact with

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Scholl Promoted at LMU

The ripple effects of Bill Bayno’s resignation at Loyola Marymount are still being felt. Max Good was elevated to Head Coach two weeks ago when the resignation became official and now assistant Myke Scholl has been promoted to Associate Head Coach, replacing Good in that position. These are usually moves that we see in the

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Southeast Missouri State Update

Southeast Missouri State has just opened the Head Men’s Basketball position after firing Scott Edgar two weeks ago. Stay with HoopDirt for all of the latest college basketball coaching news and rumors.

Edgar Fired at Southeast Missouri State

Scott Edgar, suspended since the fall, has been officially fired as the head basketball coach at Southeast Missouri State. Edgar was suspended after the NCAA began to investigate possible major infractions in the Redhawks basketball program. The case will be heard by the NCAA in April. Assistant coach Zac Roman has bserved as the "acting"

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Bruiser Flint Suspended for 1 Game

Drexel Head Coach Bruiser Flint has been suspended for one game by the Colonial Athletic association for violating it’s sportsmanship policy. Flint was ejected with :20 seconds to go in Saturday’s loss to Bucknell. As per league rules, an ejection leads to an automatic one game suspension. Flint will sit out this afternoons game vs.

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Story of Kennedy’s Arrest Comes to Light

Ole Miss basketball coach Andy Kennedy looks like he will be in the clear following his arrest on Thursday in Cincinnati. The cab driver that he reportedly struck has changed his story. Word on the street as of late Saturday night is that Kennedy is going to file a defamation suit against the cabbie.

Kennedy Arrested in Cincinnati

Andy Kennedy was arrested early Thursday after a cab driver claimed that Kennedy punched him and shouted racial slurs. Bill Armstrong, the Director of Operations was also arrested. The entire coaching staff was present during the alleged assault. Kennedy will coach tonight’s game vs. Louisville. Athletic Director Pete Boone feels that Kennedy will be cleared

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Stansbury Update

Mississippi State Head Coach Rick Stansbury remains hospitalized in a Tupelo hospital. He under went a battery of tests yesterday, including a spinal tap, CT scan, and MRI – and fortunately they all came back normal. There is still no diagnosis as to what is causing his flu like symptoms and severe migraines. While Coach

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Mississippi State’s Stansbury Hospitalized

Mississippi State Head Basketball Coach Rick Stansbury was hospitalized Sunday night with severe migraines and flu like symptoms. Monday morning, he was transported to Northeast Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo for precautionary reasons. No further updates about his condition are available at this time. We will bring you updates as soon as we hear anything.