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SPORTS
November 20, 1990
Missouri assistant basketball Coach Rich Daly will appeal an NCAA finding that he was guilty of unethical conduct, his attorney said. "We think Rich got a bad rap," lawyer Wally Bley said. Daly resigned along with assistant Coach Bob Sundvold after Missouri was put on two years probation and penalized with recruiting and scholarship restrictions Nov. 8. The resignations will take effect March 31. Sundvold's attorney, Kip Kubin, said he is still considering an appeal.
SPORTS
November 20, 1990
Missouri assistant basketball Coach Rich Daly will appeal an NCAA finding that he was guilty of unethical conduct, his attorney said. "We think Rich got a bad rap," lawyer Wally Bley said. Daly resigned along with assistant Coach Bob Sundvold after Missouri was put on two years probation and penalized with recruiting and scholarship restrictions Nov. 8. The resignations will take effect March 31. Sundvold's attorney, Kip Kubin, said he is still considering an appeal.
SPORTS
March 24, 1989 | CHRIS BAKER, Times Staff Writer
The University of Missouri's basketball team, pride of the Show Me State, has shown it can overcome turmoil. The Tigers, who play Syracuse in a National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Midwest Regional semifinal game tonight at the Metrodome, have made headlines more suited to the supermarket tabloids than the sports pages this season. Consider: --After the St.
SPORTS
February 14, 1989 | From Associated Press
Coach Norm Stewart of No. 3 Missouri underwent surgery today to correct a bleeding ulcer and is doing well, assistant Coach Rich Daly said. "He had a small operation this morning. It was just something to take care of the problem. He's doing very good," Daly told The Kansas City Star. Daly, who took over the Missouri coaching duties last Thursday, said he did not know how quickly Stewart might recover and resume coaching. "Everything's a day at a time. He won't be back today or tomorrow.
SPORTS
February 2, 1990
Mel Hankinson, the men's basketball coach at The Master's College, will be one of three keynote speakers at a coaches' conference held before the NCAA Division I championship game in Denver on April 2. Michigan Coach Steve Fisher and Missouri assistant Rich Daly also will speak at the conference. A learn-by-doing track and field clinic will be held at Cal State Northridge from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday before an all-comers meet at noon.
SPORTS
November 9, 1990
Missouri became the second school this week to be banned from the NCAA basketball tournament next March when it was placed on two years' probation Thursday for recruiting violations. On Wednesday, Illinois was barred from postseason play and placed on three years' probation. Both schools' scholarship allotments were also reduced as part of the penalties. Shortly after the decision was announced, Missouri assistant coaches Rich Daly and Bob Sundvold resigned, effective at the end of the season.
SPORTS
March 24, 1989 | CHRIS BAKER, Times Staff Writer
The University of Missouri's basketball team, pride of the Show Me State, has shown it can overcome turmoil. The Tigers, who play Syracuse in a National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Midwest Regional semifinal game tonight at the Metrodome, have made headlines more suited to the supermarket tabloids than the sports pages this season. Consider: --After the St.
SPORTS
September 25, 1992 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Daniel Lyton, a Riverside City College basketball player who signed with Missouri out of high school but never played for the Tigers, said Thursday he plans to sign with UC Irvine in November. Lyton, a two-time transfer, will have one year of eligibility left. Lyton was a highly prized recruit from Detroit's Cooley High, but left Missouri in 1989 during the fall of his freshman year and transferred to the University of Detroit.
SPORTS
November 8, 1990 | From Associated Press
Missouri's basketball team was put on two years' probation today, banned from the NCAA Tournament in March and hit with severe restrictions on recruiting and scholarships. About an hour later, the school announced that assistant coaches Bob Sundvold and Rich Daly had both resigned, effective at the end of this season. Haskell Monroe Jr.
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