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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Centenary needs to stop the bleeding

Centenary needs to find a men's basketball coach -- and fast.

Players are bailing out of the coachless program fast, according to various sources at the school. Already, starting point guard Chase Adams has asked for and received his release from the school. Freshmen Justin Glenn and Jemere King are reportedly headed back to their hometown of Tulsa.

Then on Wednesday came word that two of The Summit League's best players and seniors-to-be Tyrone Hamilton and Nick Stallings may be considering a transfer to LSU-Shreveport. If that happens, it will be disastrous for the program and will leave a newcomer starting from scratch.

Job candidate Steve Payne was at Wednesday's Gents baseball game against NSU with his family, while another candidate, Duquesne assistant Greg Gary(pictured in this blog), was being interviewed on campus.


Blogger shrevecity said...

Obviously Tallach doesn't have a subscription to the Times. That would be a great gift for Christmas. Otherwise he would have a clue of what NSU has done the last 8 seasons and would have tapped into the McConathy formula with his assistant.

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