New Texas Southern head coach Johnny Jones has added Randy Peele and Kenneth Mangrum to his staff, and retained Shyrone Chatman. Randy Peele Veteran coach Randy Peele has been to three NCAA Tournaments as a head coach and spent four season as the Associate Head Coach for the Tennessee State men’s basketball team (2014-18) under
Former LSU and North Texas head coach Johnny Jones will be named as the new coach at Texas Southern. He will replace Mike Davis who departed for Detroit earlier this month. Mark Berman of Fox 26 in Houston was the first to report this. He tweeted: Former LSU and North Texas Coach Johnny Jones, currently
Johnny Jones has been relieved of his duties as LSU’s head men’s basketball coach, vice chancellor and director of athletics Joe Alleva announced Friday. Alleva said the decision was made along with consultation with LSU President Dr. F. King Alexander and leadership on the LSU Board of Supervisors. LSU completed its fifth season under Jones
LSU Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Joe Alleva will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. CT on Friday, March 10, to make an announcement about the school’s men’s basketball program. It is expected that head basketball coach Johnny Jones has been relived of his duties. More on this after the press conference.
According to a report by Andrew Lopez from The Times-Picayune, LSU will part ways with head basketball coach Johnny Jones following the SEC tournament. LSU is currently 10-20 (2-16 SEC), and will face Mississippi State tomorrow night in the opening round of the SEC Tournament. In his five seasons at LSU, Jones put together a
LSU head men’s basketball coach Johnny Jones has announced that assistant coach Al Pinkins is leaving the Tigers staff to pursue another coaching opportunity. Pinkins, a native of Camilla, Georgia, joined the Tiger program prior to the 2015-16 season, after coaching in the SEC for one year at Tennessee and three seasons at Ole Miss.
After much speculation on the future of LSU head coach Johnny Jones, it now appears that he will return to coach the Tigers next year. Yahoo!’s Pat Forde tweeted the following earlier this afternoon: TWEET 1:“Just saw men’s basketball committee member and LSU AD Joe Alleva at arena in Louisville. Said LSU is not making
LSU men’s basketball coach Johnny Jones completed his coaching staff for the 2015-16 season on Tuesday by naming former NBA championship winning assistant coach Brendan Suhr as the Tigers’ new Associate Coach. Suhr, who is the founder and president of the speaking and consulting firm Off the Court, Inc., has been a part of the University of Central Florida
LSU men’s basketball coach Johnny Jones announced that Al Pinkins would be joining the Tiger staff as assistant coach. Pinkins, 42, has served his last two assistant coaching stints in the Southeastern Conference at Ole Miss and Tennessee. The hiring is subject to the usual certification of background check and approval by the LSU Board