Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Mike Davis Resigns

24-Hour News 8 has learned that Indiana University basketball coach Mike Davis has resigned. Davis was back on the sidelines in Pennsylvania as the Hoosiers took on Penn State Wednesday night. It was after the game that Davis confirmed that his time as the Hoosiers' coach is over. When Davis sat down for a press conference following the game he said he had no comment on his job at IU. Davis will stay on to coach the Hoosiers for the remainder of the season.



Blogger lemming said...


Not that it comes as a surprise, but I did enjoy having a coach whom I could respect.

February 16, 2006  
Blogger Jim said...

Go Sycamores! ;)

February 16, 2006  
Blogger torporific said...

Yeah, I like Mike Davis. I think he is a great person who overcame a handicap (stuttering). I think he is a good recruiter too, but I no longer think he is a good coach for Indiana University.

Unfortunately, those Sycamores are struggling too, but we're used to that.

February 16, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks like Mike Davis at IU made about as much sense as a Law School at Indiana State.

February 16, 2006  
Blogger torporific said...

Well, I wouldn't go that far. The players wanted Davis to be coach after the firing of Knight. We had a lot of talent on that team and we were able to go through a volatile coaching change with little player turnover. That's pretty rare.

Davis took that team to the National Championship game. I know they were Knight's players, but he did a great job and deserved the position. Unfortunately, that was the high point.

February 16, 2006  

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