Morehead Coach a Failure, Deserves Firing


Sean Woods, men’s basketball coach at Morehead State, should be receiving his walking papers this weekend after his physical and verbal confrontation with a student-athlete during their Wednesday night loss to Kentucky.

Coaches are supposed to be role models for their kids at all levels.  Though the amateurism of NCAA athletics is much maligned, it is still a place where coaches – who in the revenue sports earn handsome six-figure salaries or more – are ethically bound to teach character and composure to their student-athletes under pressure-packed situations.

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