winningest coach in NCAA history dies at 79 – .

210 Mike Martin was the longtime coach of the Florida State Seminoles baseball team and the winningest coach in NCAA history, racking up over 2,000 victories during his career.  Mike Martin’s legacy  Martin was a center fielder at Florida State until his graduation in 1966, and he competed in the 1965 College World Series. He… Continue reading winningest coach in NCAA history dies at 79 – .

Golden State Warriors assistant coach dies at 46 – .

495 Dejan Milojević was an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors and a former basketball star in Serbia, where he played for 15 years, winning three MVPs and three championships.  Dejan Milojević’s legacy  Before he helped mentor NBA players like two-time MVP Nikola Jokić, Milojević was a star player in his own right, competing… Continue reading Golden State Warriors assistant coach dies at 46 – .

Mike Elko to Return to Texas A&M as Head Football Coach

Mike Elko to Return to Texas A&M as Head Football Coach

In a surprising turn of events, Mike Elko is set to return to College Station as the head football coach for the Texas A&M Aggies. Elko, who previously served as the defensive coordinator for the Aggies, left two years ago to take on the head coaching position at Duke. The move follows the recent firing… Continue reading Mike Elko to Return to Texas A&M as Head Football Coach

Mississippi State Pursues Oklahoma OC Jeff Lebby as Potential Head Coach

Mississippi State Pursues Oklahoma OC Jeff Lebby as Potential Head Coach

Mississippi State is reportedly eyeing Oklahoma offensive coordinator Jeff Lebby for their head coaching position, following the firing of Zach Arnett. Lebby is expected to step into the role, pending official confirmation. The move comes after a 4-6 start to Arnett’s first full season. Lebby’s potential transition from Oklahoma to Mississippi State is generating considerable… Continue reading Mississippi State Pursues Oklahoma OC Jeff Lebby as Potential Head Coach

longtime Indiana basketball coach dies at 83 – .

222 Bobby Knight was a longtime basketball coach for the Indiana Hoosiers who became a college sports legend both for his remarkable winning record and for his notorious temper.  Bobby Knight’s legacy  Knight played under Basketball Hall of Fame coach Fred Taylor while at Ohio State, but his college teams were so packed with talent… Continue reading longtime Indiana basketball coach dies at 83 – .

Georgetown women’s basketball head coach dies at 41 – .

192 Tasha Butts was a former WNBA player who had recently been named the head coach of Georgetown University’s women’s basketball team.  Tasha Butts’ legacy  Butts was a standout basketball player at the University of Tennessee in the early 2000s, when the Lady Volunteers had several powerhouse seasons under the leadership of Coach Pat Summitt… Continue reading Georgetown women’s basketball head coach dies at 41 – .

Hall of Fame college football coach dies at 91 – .

8 Roy Kidd was a Hall of Fame college football coach who led the Eastern Kentucky Colonels to over 300 wins and two championship wins.  Roy Kidd’s legacy  Kidd seemed destined for sports greatness at Corbin High School in Kentucky, where he was a three-sport star and first team All-State football player. Though he preferred… Continue reading Hall of Fame college football coach dies at 91 – .

former CFL coach dies at 74 – .

72 Rich Stubler was a longtime coach in the Canadian Football League (CFL), known for his defensive genius that resulted in five Grey Cup wins over the course of his career.  Rich Stubler’s legacy  Stubler built his reputation in football on a deep knowledge of the defensive game. He began coaching in 1971, first at… Continue reading former CFL coach dies at 74 – .