If you’ve been watching the SEC lately, though, you know one thing is as certain as the taxes you’ll soon have to file: Alabama is going to shoot an absolute ton of threes.
Today’s daily news & notes from around the college basketball coaching world… The Big Ten Conference issued an institutional fine of $10,000 and a public reprimand of Penn State University men’s basketball interim head coach Jim Ferry for violating its Sportsmanship Policy. The violation is a result Coach Ferry’s postgame actions following the Penn State
News and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Will Wade will not be on the sidelines today when LSU takes on Sam Houston State because of COVID-19 and contact tracing issues. Assistant Coach Bill Armstrong will lead the Tigers in Wade’s absence. More HERE. Alabama’s Nate Oats issued an apology to Duke’s Mike
Alabama Men’s Basketball – Teaching with Terminology Prior to making the move to Tuscaloosa to become the new men’s basketball coach at Alabama, Nate Oats had several very successful teams at the University of Buffalo. In his final season with Bulls, Oats lead an experienced roster to one of the best seasons in program history,
Alabama men’s basketball head coach Nate Oats announced the additions of Josh Baker as the special assistant to the head coach and former UA standout Andrew Steele as the director of men’s basketball video services, he announced on Friday. Baker, a successful head coach at the high school level, reunites with Oats, as the two
Alabama men’s basketball head coach Nate Oats announced Tuesday the addition of five staff members, which include three assistant coaches, a strength and conditioning coach and a director of basketball operations. The Crimson Tide’s first-year head coach retained Antoine Pettway from the previous staff and welcomes Charlie Henry and Bryan Hodgson as assistant coaches. Pettway
University of Alabama Director of Athletics Greg Byrne announced on Wednesday that Nate Oats has been named head coach of the Crimson Tide men’s basketball program. Oats, who was named the 2018 and 2019 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Coach of the Year and is one of 11 finalists for the 2019 Werner Ladder Naismith Men’s College
Avery Johnson will no longer serve as head coach of The University of Alabama men’s basketball team, Director of Athletics Greg Byrne announced Sunday morning. “After meeting with Coach Johnson, we made the decision to mutually part ways,” said Byrne. “This was not an easy decision, and we thank him for his contributions over the past four seasons.
Alabama and head men’s basketball coach Avery Johnson are negotiating a buyout according to a report by AL.com. The Crimson Tide finished the 2018-19 season with an 18-16 (8-10 SEC) record, and were upset on Wednesday night in the NIT by Norfolk State. Johnson has a 75-62 record over his four seasons at Alabama. He
HoopDirt.com’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… The details of first-year Alabama assistant coach Yasir Rosemond’s recently signed contract were obtained by the Anniston Star. Rosemond, who had spent the past three seasons at Georgia, officially inked a one-year deal worth $250,000 on 10/26. Rosemond will receive a $20,833 bonus (one month’s base
Alabama Athletic Director Greg Byrne has released the following statement: “Following yesterday’s reports from New York regarding a Federal investigation of intercollegiate athletics, The University of Alabama Department of Athletics immediately initiated an internal review of our men’s basketball operations. As a result, we have accepted the resignation effective today of Kobie Baker, a men’s
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Alabama basketball coach Avery Johnson has received a two-year contract extension through 2023. The board of trustees’ compensation committee approved the extension Friday. Johnson will receive $2.9 million annually under the six-year deal, up from about $2.8 million. The former NBA player and head coach will also get $150,000 for each