Update: Morehead State Suspends Sean Woods For 1 Game

Morehead State has suspended Men's Head Basketball Coach Sean Woods for one game after he appeared to shove a player during last Wednesday's loss at Kentucky.

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Blueboy - 11/25/2012 9:31 AM
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It's a good thing there were no rules against shouting and screaming when Bob Knight was coaching - otherwise he would never have "won" all those games. He would have been forced to rely on just throwing chairs and choking the players and the occasional undergraduate he has never met before. Of course, if he plays his cards right and says enough incorrect things about the Wildcats, Sean might be able to get a job broadcasting Kentucky games like Bob has. It's been done before.
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