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Old 03-29-2014, 10:07 AM
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Oh I see, so if 6 coaches have been rewarded
More than 6. I could keep going ad nauseam. Not saying it's right, but it is what it is.

And btw, do you really think a Tarkanian disciple is going to run a clean program? Ponder that.
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TBO reporting that Rice is out of the USF picture.

Reading between the lines it looks like he used USF to try and get a better offer from UNLV to keep him.................and it worked.


http://tbo.com/sports/colleges/usf-b...post-20140328/
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:22 PM
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It usually does... haha. As I said, Waiver, NCAA coaches are about as reputable as stock brokers and politicians.
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It's deja vu all over again.

South Florida hired Kentucky assistant Orlando Antigua as its new basketball coach on Monday.

Antigua has spent the past six seasons working under John Calipari, five of them at Kentucky, which is making its third trip to the Final Four in four years.
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Think he's clean?
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Think he's clean?
As a pig pen.
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Think he's clean?
A clean Calipari protege? As common as a liberal Republican.
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There was a comment about this being USF. Yes it's USF, but I'll bet, (and no I don't have scientific proof) that 90% of all American corporations would disqualify an applicant or fire them after they were hired if it is learned that they lied on a resume / application about their degree. We aren't talking about puffing up a resume, we are talking about flat out lying on an objective matter.

Where I worked about 15 years ago, the CEO got wind that one of his assistants lied on their resume. They were fired. Everyone in the agency had to prove that they had the degrees claimed in the resume / application and those who couldn't were also dismissed. There was a recent news story where someone reportedly claimed an advanced degree that was not even required for the position. When it turned out that they didn't have the degree, they too were fired.
While my post may not provide "scientific proof" I can however definitively verify what you said... since credentialing and background screening is what I do for a living for the better part of 14 years.
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It's deja vu all over again.

South Florida hired Kentucky assistant Orlando Antigua as its new basketball coach on Monday.

Antigua has spent the past six seasons working under John Calipari, five of them at Kentucky, which is making its third trip to the Final Four in four years.
USF hates its sports fans. It's the only explanation for the hires they make.
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????

On paper it's a great hire.
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