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March 9, 1989
Duquesne basketball Coach Jim Satalin was fired, three days after his team finished a 13-16 season.
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March 9, 1989
Duquesne basketball Coach Jim Satalin was fired, three days after his team finished a 13-16 season.
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December 27, 1985
Here is one of those quotes that was meant to be saved and recycled: In July of 1985, Houston Coach Guy V. Lewis said of 7-foot recruit Tito Horford, "Tito signed with us, Mr. Jacoby (Fred Jacoby, Southwest Conference commissioner) tells us it's valid, and Tito says he's going to be a Cougar. End of story." Not quite end of story. At that time, the Houston athletic director was filing informal complaints that Horford, although signed with Houston, was still being recruited by other schools.
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May 6, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Jim Boeheim spun slowly in his office chair and reached for the phone as a heavy, wet snow blanketed the ground outside on a blustery mid-April morning. That snub by the NCAA tournament selection committee, which deprived his Syracuse Orange from taking part in all that March madness, still gnawed at his psyche. But there was something much more important on his mind this day, as is often the case when he's not coaching basketball.
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February 19, 1988 | ALAN ROBINSON, Associated Press
It wasn't all that long ago that Duquesne University's tradition-laden Dukes were among college basketball's blueblooded royalty, a rich motherlode of great coaches and players that made them one of the Top 10 winningest teams in the sport's history. While Duquesne was playing in 15 National Invitation Tournaments and four NCAAs and was producing the NBA's first black player, Chuck Cooper, intracity rival Pitt was struggling to fill more than 1,000 seats in its deteriorating fieldhouse.
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