Louisville Places Assistant Basketball Coaches Kenny Johnson and Jordan Fair on Administrative Leave

The University of Louisville released the following statement today regarding the status of Kenny Johnson and Jordan Fair, The University of Louisville has placed associate head men’s basketball coach Kenny Johnson and assistant men’s basketball coach Jordan Fair on paid administrative leave, effective immediately. “We are in the process of executing our due diligence as

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Georgia Tech’s Pastner Extended Through 2022-23

Georgia Tech men’s basketball head coach Josh Pastner has signed a one-year contract extension to remain with the Yellow Jackets through the 2022-23 season, Georgia Tech athletics announced on Wednesday. Pastner agreed to a six-year contract when he was named Georgia Tech’s 14th men’s basketball head coach on April 8, 2016. With the extension, six

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Louisville Dirt…

It sounds like Louisville will name an interim head coach to replace recently fired Rick Pitino as early as today. Three names have surfaced over the past 24-hours… Yesterday,’s Corey Evans reported that current assistant coach David Padgett will be the choice. The 32-year old former Cardinal player reportedly has the backing of the

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WATCH LIVE: Louisville Press Conference

Louisville Interim President Greg Postel’s press conference on the current scandal. Watch live HERE Highlights: Pitino placed on unpaid leave AD Tom Jurich also placed on leave Interim head coach and AD to be appointed this week Terrible disappointment and anger from Dr. Postel and the board

REPORT: Louisville’s Pitino Expects to be Fired

According to an ESPN report, Louisville head coach Rick Pitino has told members of his coaching staff that he expects to lose his job over allegations that the Cardinals basketball program is involved in a federal investigation into fraud and corruption in college basketball recruiting. ESPN’s Michael Eaves quotes a source as saying Pitino “knows

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Boston College Dirt…

According to Jon Rothstein, Boston College will hire Chris Cheeks as an assistant basketball coach. He will replace Stan Heath who became the head coach of the Orlando Magic’s G-League affiliate. Cheeks spent last season at Western Kentucky before resigning from his position earlier this spring. He has also been an assistant at Delaware, Charlotte,

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