Miami of Ohio Coach Charlie Coles collapsed Saturday after apparently suffering a heart attack during his team's Mid-American Conference tournament game against Western Michigan in Kalamazoo, Mich.
Doctors attending the game spent 20 minutes reviving Coles on the floor before he was transported to a hospital. After being listed as serious, Coles' condition worsened to critical but stable late Saturday night.
Coles, 56, suffered a heart attack previously and had bypass surgery during the 1985-86 season when he coached at Central Michigan.
He collapsed with 11:23 left in the first half. The game resumed about two hours later, with Miami winning, 67-63.
Anthony Boone became the first Mississippi basketball player--and only the second athlete in school history--whose jersey number was retired.
The No. 41 jersey was retired at a pregame ceremony honoring Boone and two other Mississippi seniors--Southeastern Conference scoring leader Ansu Sesay and sixth-man Joezon Darby--playing their final home game at Oxford, Miss. The No. 13-ranked Rebels defeated Auburn, 74-67.