Coaches want security, then angle for more money
April is Brass Tacks Month for coaches in college basketball.
After wading through the bull of the NCAA Tournament, where coaches posture from podiums nationwide about being in the profession for the right reasons -- for the kids, for the relationships, for the Socratic life lessons they impart to impressionable youth -- we get down to what really matters to some of these guys:
Piles of cash, and the pursuit thereof.
John Calipari spent the last few days huffing about the lack ...
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