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I'm sure this isn't the end of the A10 coaching changes.
Quote from: ninersfan99 on March 04, 2012, 12:43:03 pmI'm sure this isn't the end of the A10 coaching changes.I don't see any other A10 coaches getting fired.
That's some serious money URI is offering up. Hurley would be a slam dunk.
Interesting read on why Everhart got the pink slip. CBSSports.com: Duquesne president details reasons for firing Everhart in email to board
Duquesne president Charles J. Dougherty says " The A10 conference itself is on the verge of a major improvement with the addition of new high quality university programs."
Quote Duquesne president Charles J. Dougherty says " The A10 conference itself is on the verge of a major improvement with the addition of new high quality university programs."Plural? This is the first I have heard of that.
Run, there was a third player leaving Duquesne.
Having 3 transfers (including his best player) is what prob finished it for him. He's actually had quite a few transfers over the years.
RT @GoodmanCBS: Rick Majerus has spurned SMU, sources told CBSSports -- and will remain at Saint Louis.
On the other hand, Majerus is frustrated by SLU's spartan ways of traveling to road games. The Billikens take few chartered flights, which means that the players usually fly commercial and end up wasting three days to play one road game. That interferes with their classes and academic routine. The inefficient travel also disrupts the basketball regimen. Majerus has also reached into his own pocket to provide a suitable salary for at least one assistant coach (Jim Crews), and he personally funded a significant portion of the cost so SLU could go on a valuable preseason exhibition tour of Canada. The financial commitment by the SLU administration still isn't what it should be. It isn't easy for Majerus to get things done. Maybe he's tired of constantly having to barter with the SLU administration over small things. LINK: STLToday.com: Bernie Bytes: On Majerus and SMU
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