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By Steve King
Topic - John Pelphrey
University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino asked a federal judge to show mercy when sentencing former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Richie Farmer and allow him to "become a productive citizen again" after the basketball star's political and personal fall from grace.
Florida coach Billy Donovan is treating his revamped staff like an overhauled roster. He's trying to build bonds, develop chemistry and create teamwork.
Arkansas basketball coach Mike Anderson has been busy on the road and at his new home during the past month.
Florida coach Billy Donovan is rebuilding his staff with a close friend and a longtime colleague.
Florida's Billy Donovan says assistant Richard Pitino is leaving to become the head coach in waiting at Louisville.
Missouri coach Mike Anderson is close to returning to Arkansas to become the school's next basketball coach, The Associated Press has learned.
John Pelphrey made his feelings clear on his way out at Arkansas.
Arkansas fired basketball coach John Pelphrey on Sunday and called a news conference to discuss the future of the program.
Arkansas is reviewing a report suggesting coach John Pelphrey had contact with a pair of 2012 recruits in violation of NCAA rules.
John Pelphrey had plenty of frustrations to vent following a one-point loss to Georgia on Feb. 2.
"Politics is a tough game," Pelphrey wrote. "But Richie is not a criminal. He does not belong in Jail or Prison. There are other punishments that fit his sins better than those options."
Pelphrey told the judge about Farmer making personal sacrifices for the good of the team and that he cared about his teammates more than himself.