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February 16, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Illinois State named Rick Greenspan as its new athletic director. Greenspan had been in charge of daily operations and management for athletic programs at the University of Miami.
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February 16, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Illinois State named Rick Greenspan as its new athletic director. Greenspan had been in charge of daily operations and management for athletic programs at the University of Miami.
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March 30, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Indiana fans greeted new Hoosier Coach Kelvin Sampson with a standing ovation in Bloomington, Ind. His next job is keeping them on their feet. Sampson took over one of America's most prestigious basketball schools Wednesday and promised to keep Indiana's tradition intact by doing three things: graduating players, running a clean program and winning titles. "I came to Indiana for one reason: I think you can win championships at Indiana," Sampson said.
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June 20, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Indiana University football coach Terry Hoeppner died Tuesday of complications from a brain tumor. He was 59. Hoeppner, who underwent two brain surgeries in the last 18 months, spent the final four months on medical leave. He died at Bloomington Hospital with his family at his side, school spokesman J.D. Campbell said. Hoeppner, who amassed a 9-14 record in two seasons at Indiana, had taken three medical leaves since December 2005.
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March 23, 2005 | From Associated Press
Mike Davis will remain Indiana's coach, removing doubts that persisted throughout the Hoosiers' disappointing season. A written statement from Athletic Director Rick Greenspan included a warning that Indiana's 29-29 record over the last two seasons needed to improve. The Hoosiers were 15-14 this season, which ended with a 67-60 loss to Vanderbilt in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament.
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November 27, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Embattled Arkansas Coach Houston Nutt resigned Monday, giving up his job three days after directing the Razorbacks to a victory over top-ranked Louisiana State. Defensive coordinator Reggie Herring will coach the team in its bowl game. Nutt told Chancellor John A. White that he wanted to close a chapter in his life. "Houston's decision to resign was neither forced, or encouraged, or requested," White said.
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March 29, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
Indiana will hire Kelvin Sampson as its next basketball coach, delivering him from an Oklahoma team under investigation for possible recruiting violations to lead one of the most prestigious programs in the country. Sampson broke the news to his Sooner team Tuesday. Indiana players were also informed, a relative of one of the players told the Associated Press.
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June 27, 2008 | Chris Foster, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
After pushing Tiger Woods for five-plus rounds at the U.S. Open and doing countless interviews, Rocco Mediate didn't have much left Thursday in the first round of the Buick Open in Grand Blanc, Mich. "I'm about to faint," Mediate said after signing for a one-under-par 71. "This whole experience has been unbelievable." Mediate's first tournament since falling short of winning his first major might not last long.
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December 17, 1999 | From Staff and Wire Reports
So many International Olympic Committee members visited Salt Lake City while the city was bidding for the Olympics that local boosters had difficulty raising enough money to cover the travel bills. More than 70 members of the IOC visited Salt Lake City during the bidding for the 2002 Winter Games, according to confidential documents obtained Thursday by the Associated Press.
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March 13, 2005 | From Associated Press
Mike Davis has five mostly successful seasons under his belt. But little has changed for Indiana's embattled coach. He still finds himself on the hot seat, the target of boosters who think Indiana needs a better coach. He continues to endure comparisons to predecessor Bob Knight and to expect the dreaded job security question in almost every interview.
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February 20, 2008 | Robyn Norwood
Kelvin Sampson, looking like a dead man walking since the NCAA's latest allegations that he violated rules and lied to investigators, coached what deserves to be his final game with Indiana on Tuesday. When a university president announces a one-week investigation into charges against a repeat offender the way Indiana's Michael McRobbie did last week, he is not looking for an exoneration. He is lining up his lawyers.
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