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Firing of Loyola Coach Gets a Split Reaction

March 28, 1992

The Times' report of the firing of Loyola coach Jay Hillock was biased. The reporter chose to point out Hillock's winning record in a season loaded with cream puffs, including what could be the easiest conference schedule anywhere.

Fans and alumni are unanimous in their support of athletic director Brian Quinn's decision. It is a coach's job to get the most out of his athletes and team. There is not one player on this year's team who came close to approaching his potential.

JOE WASHINGTON

El Segundo

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