It's better to be lucky than good
When Tim Floyd resigned as the USC men's basketball coach last week amid accusations he paid $1,000 to the handler of former player O.J. Mayo, the biggest sigh of relief didn't come from the school's athletic department, NCAA compliance officials or Chicago fans still traumatized by Floyd's epochally awful tenure with the Bulls.
It came from the University of Arizona.
In early April, Arizona asked Floyd to replace retired Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson. Floyd declined, ...
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