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Someone Explain to me what defines a Contract in NCAA Basketball....

 

I was assuming when he signed the contract through 2010 that meant he would be our Coach through then...

 

 

But a coach can just up and leave if a better offer is made?...

 

 

What defines a contract then?.. Im confused...

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Someone Explain to me what defines a Contract in NCAA Basketball....

 

I was assuming when he signed the contract through 2010 that meant he would be our Coach through then...

 

 

But a coach can just up and leave if a better offer is made?...

 

 

What defines a contract then?.. Im confused...

 

They are meant to be broken, or wipe your ass with. :rolleyes:

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Someone Explain to me what defines a Contract in NCAA Basketball....

 

I was assuming when he signed the contract through 2010 that meant he would be our Coach through then...

 

 

But a coach can just up and leave if a better offer is made?...

 

 

What defines a contract then?.. Im confused...

 

Coach is under contract.

SBU asked for UAlbany's permission to speak to the Coach about their job.

AD McElroy gave them permission to do so.

 

Its pretty much SOP that when a program wants to talk to a coach about a vacancy, they give permission unless there are special circumstances (i.e. you would think Duke would never give UNC permission to talk to a coach about an open posiiton in Chapel Hill).

 

That may be one reason they refer to a coaching fraternity...

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