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Augusta University Personnel Silent On Coaches’ Status

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Augusta University’s Men’s Basketball team will play its season opener on Nov. 12, but who will be coaching the players is an open question.

In the summer of 2021, Augusta University men's basketball Coach Dip Metress and Assistant Coach O'Neal Armstrong were allegedly placed on administrative l...

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  1. Obviously AU has a big problem with the basketball program and specifically with Metress. If it were recruiting violations or academic issues it would be out in the open. The “closed door” approach is most certainly a legal or financial situation and AU will continue to be self gagged until attorneys provide the advice for next steps.

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