A Third Former Tyndall Coaching Assistant Resigns
by Ben Frederickson, Knoxville News-Sentinel March 2015
Another resignation has occurred in the wake of the NCAA investigation that cost Tennessee men’s basketball coach Donnie Tyndall his job.
Why Don't More D-I Schools Hire Lower-Level Coaches?
by Mark Whicker, Press - Telegram (Long Beach California) March 2015
John Moore has coached basketball at Westmont College for 22 years. On Tuesday, he was on the bench when Westmont lost the NAIA championship to Dalton (Ga.) State. On Thursday he was teaching his kinesiology class. He, and hundreds like him, are trapped in a coaching caste system.
Vols AD Admits Mistake in Hiring Embattled Coach
by Steve Megargee, The Associated Press March 2015
The NCAA investigation at his former school lingered over Donnie Tyndall before he ever coached a game for Tennessee, and now his unethical actions at Southern Mississippi led to his firing after only one season.
Tennessee Fires Donnie Tyndall Amid NCAA Probe
by Michael Gaio March 2015
The University of Tennessee has fired men's basketball coach Donnie Tyndall, the school announced Friday morning. Gary Parrish of CBS Sports first reported Tyndall's departure.
Georgia State's NCAA Run Means Pay Hikes for Coaches
by Doug Roberson, Staff March 2015
Georgia State Athletic Director Charlie Cobb intends to meet this week with basketball coach Ron Hunter about not only a pay raise but also to discuss what the university can do to continue the team's progression as a destination mid-major program.
Manhattan Coach Sees Resume Embarrassment as Plus
by Erik Brady, @ByErikBrady, USA TODAY Sports March 2015
Steve Masiello was a hot prospect for bigger schools after his team put a scare into Louisville in last season's tournament. He accepted a job at South Florida five days later. But South Florida rescinded the offer the next day, when it discovered Masiello's résumé listed a degree from the University of Kentucky that he hadn't earned.
Opinion: Boeheim Latest Coach Who's Too Big to Fire
by Chris Villani March 2015
'Too big to fail' is a concept we all became familiar with during the last economic crisis. In the world of college sports, there exists another maxim. 'Too big to be fired.'
School Board OKs Separate Part-Time AD Position
by Eileen Adams, Eileen Adams, Special to the Sun Journal March 2015
The Regional School Unit 10 board overwhelmingly approved a request by Dirigo High School Principal Michael Poulin to restructure the high and middle schools so that an interim assistant principal would be hired to serve both schools, and not double as athletic director.
UNC Prof Resigns in Wake of 'Paper Classes' Scandal
by RAY GRONBERG email@example.com; 919-419-6648 March 2015
Philosophy lecturer and former Faculty Council Chairwoman Jan Boxill has ended her attempts to keep a job at UNC Chapel Hill after an investigation pegged her as a key player in the "paper classes" scandal.
School Fires Dynastic Hall of Fame Coaching Pioneer
by Tim Graham News Sports Reporter March 2015
Sister Maria Pares, a local pioneer in women's sports who defied society's expectations and built a basketball dynasty at Sacred Heart Academy, has coached her last game.