Life after NCAA show cause orders in men's hoops Print
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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 23:00
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 The Associated Press identified 25 former men's college basketball coaches who remain involved in the sport despite being hit with NCAA show-cause orders since 2000. Coaches are identified by the schools where they worked when penalized; the date and lengths of show cause orders (in parentheses); and their subsequent basketball-related jobs.
-Brad Greenberg, Radford (five years, February 2012). Head coach, Maccabi Haifa, Israel. Former assistant, Venezuelan national team.
-Rick Hall, Radford assistant (two years). Head coach, Eastern Montgomery High, Elliston, Va. Resigned after one year.
-Cedric Smith, Radford assistant (two years). Head coach, Freedom High, Tampa, Fla.
-Chad Myers, Radford director of basketball operations (two years). Head coach, Massanutten Military Academy, Woodstock, Va.
-Orlando Taliaferro, Oklahoma assistant (two years, July 2011). Youth coach, Adidas Nations, Atlanta.
-Bruce Pearl, Tennessee (three years, August 2011). ESPN analyst.
-Steve Forbes, Tennessee assistant (one year). Head coach, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville.
-Jason Shay, Tennessee assistant (one year). Assistant coach, Northwest Florida State College.
-Tony Jones, Tennessee assistant (one year). Head coach, Alcoa (Tenn.) High.
-Beau Archibald, Connecticut, director of basketball operations (one year, February 2011). Assistant coach, Florida Atlantic.
-Nolan Myrick, Georgia Southern assistant (five years, January 2010). Mid-State Magic AAU, Burlington, N.C.
-Scott Edgar, Southeast Missouri State (three years, August 2009). Head coach, Eastern Oklahoma State College, Willburton, Okla.
-Al Grushkin, Incarnate Word (two years, February 2009). Head coach, Indiana Tech. Previously NBA scout, Marty Blake and Associates.
-Kelvin Sampson, Indiana (five years, November 2008). Assistant coach, Houston Rockets. Previously, Milwaukee Bucks assistant, San Antonio Spurs consultant.
-Rob Senderoff, Indiana assistant (three years). Head coach, Kent State.
-Brent Bargen, Long Beach State assistant (four years, March 2008). Head coach, Chadron State.
-Reggie Howard, Long Beach State assistant (five years). Head coach, Barstow (Calif.) Community College.
-Jim O'Brien, Ohio State (two years, March 2006). Head coach, Emerson College.
-Paul Biancardi, Ohio State assistant (18 months). ESPN, director of basketball recruiting. Previously, Saint Louis University assistant coach.
-Ray Lopes, Fresno State (three years, 2006). Assistant coach, Washington State. Previously, associate head coach, Idaho; San Antonio Spurs scout; associate coach, Idaho Stampede, NBA D-League.
-Dave Bliss, Baylor (10 years, June 2005). Dean of students, athletic director and head basketball coach, Allen Academy, Bryan, Texas. Previously head coach, Dakota Wizards, CBA.
-Rodney Belcher, Baylor assistant (seven years). Head coach, Texas Celtics (Plano), 6th grade AAU.
-Doug Ash, Baylor assistant (five years). Scouting director, Detroit Pistons.
-Tommy Wade, South Alabama assistant (two years, December 2001). Director of player development, Oklahoma State. Previously head coach at Oklahoma City University, Kentucky Wesleyan assistant.
-Tim Cohane, Buffalo (three years, December 2001). Associate head coach, Roger Williams University.
 

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