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Topic - Ross Parmley
Tulsa has fired its athletic director a week after he was named in a federal investigation into an alleged bookie in Oklahoma City.
Danny Manning's last game as a player at Kansas ended with a national title. He hopes his last game as an assistant coach for the Jayhawks does, too.
Parmley said it wasn't just Manning's work with the big men that captured his attention, but his overall knowledge of the game _ and all the basketball minds that he's been around, from Larry Brown as a player at Kansas to his coaches in the NBA and Self in recent years.
"I don't think the young kids today will remember who Danny is or know who Danny is, but at the end of the day, those experiences definitely matter," Parmley said. "All that plays a factor to build a person who, in my belief, is now ready to be a head basketball coach."