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Topic - Steve Masiello
Steve Masiello will be reinstated as the head coach at Manhattan College as soon as he receives his degree from the University of Kentucky.
Steve Masiello's promising coaching career is in limbo after his deal with South Florida fell apart because he doesn't have a college diploma.
A person with knowledge of the deal says Steve Masiello is leaving Manhattan to become the basketball coach at South Florida.
Manhattan hung with defending national champion Louisville for 38-plus minutes, giving the Cardinals all they could handle.
Now everyone knows why Louisville coach Rick Pitino wanted nothing to do with Manhattan.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino had no problem with his team's NCAA tournament seeding. It was the pairing that drew his ire.
Manhattan College has hired Louisville assistant Steve Masiello as its men's basketball coach.
Masiello said he is "extremely grateful and humbled by the opportunity" the school is giving him.
FILE - In this March 20, 2014, file photo, Manhattan coach Steve Masiello yells at his team during the first half against Louisville in a second-round game in the NCAA college basketball tournament in Orlando, Fla. South Florida's deal to hire Masiello as its new basketball coach falls apart because the rising young star doesn't have a college degree.