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Topic - Jeff Jones
The 52-year-old Jones compiled a 212-182 record in 13 seasons at American. Four of his last six teams won at least 20 games, but the Eagles slipped to 10-20 last season.
For both programs, it's not a terrible situation. Not this year at least. It does bring up the question as to when too much NIT is too much? At what point does the heat get turned up?
The boxscore says American committed only seven turnovers against No. 15 Georgetown, including just one after halftime.The boxscore says American committed only seven turnovers against No. 15 Georgetown, including just one after halftime.
American University Eagles 2012-13 preview.
Stephen Lumpkins was willing to surrender a lot, and do it quickly, to chase a longtime dream.
The bump on Doug Fister's head from a hard line drive was much less of a concern for the Detroit Tigers' pitcher than the 2-0 hole his team needs to climb out of in the World Series.
A frustrating fourth inning for Detroit.
We've got a pitchers' duel in Game 2 of the World Series.
Somehow, Doug Fister appears to be OK.
It's an understandable topic, really. Charles Hinkle, he of the 18.4 points per game, has graduated from American.
Hard-fought, sloppy, physical: Any way you slice it, Wednesday night's Patriot League quarterfinal at Bender Arena was far from pretty.
Previewing the Patriot League postseason.
There were no complex explanations for American's first loss at home all season, a setback that cost the Eagles a shot at a share of a conference title.
American's Tony Wroblicky was lounging in his room last June when the news arrived.
Were he inclined to take it easy, Jeff Jones could have enjoyed one of the calmest nights in his coaching career Wednesday.
"I have great respect for the tradition and success of the Old Dominion basketball program, dating back to the early 1970s when my father's teams at Kentucky Wesleyan played great ODU teams that included Dave Twardzik and Wilson Washington," Jones said.
"The facilities, including the Constant Center, are outstanding, and the community support and attendance for men's basketball is incredible."