Donahue replaces Skinner at BC

Updated: April 6, 2010, 7:53 PM ET
Associated Press

BOSTON -- Cornell showed it can play with the college basketball power conferences by winning a pair of games in the NCAA tournament and reaching the Sweet 16.

Now Steve Donahue has a chance to show he can coach in the majors, too.

The Cornell coach, who led the Big Red to three straight conference titles and the longest run in the NCAAs for an Ivy League team in more than 30 years, was hired on Tuesday to replace Al Skinner at Boston College. The Atlantic Coast Conference school scheduled ...

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