Could be worse....at least his 'partying with minors' didn't go the way of Mark Chmura.
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If memory serves correctly, Tic Price was dismissed from Memphis for having sexual relations with a female student. I dont know if he was married thought. He resurfaced and is presently coaching somehwere in the Southland Conference.
I'd think that Iowa St. would be less lenient regarding an issue like this. Add the recent lack of success and my guess is, he is gone.
Another morong proving he doesn't deserve to be a college head coach. I mean christ if he can't be responsible enough to avoid parties where minors are drinking, how can he be given the responsibility of a basketball program?
Eustachy's come out and "admitted" to being an alcoholic. Forgive me for being skeptical, but I have my doubts about this. It's a slick move on his part-he goes into treatment/rehab/detox, and there's NO WAY Iowa State fires him. He'd probably be able to sue, and it would be a PR nightmare for ISU besides.
Of course, if it's true, then I hope he gets the help that he needs.
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Any self-respecting alcoholic would drink alone and not at a party with minors. He wouldn't be getting fired for showing up drunk, and the "need to get 19 year-old girls drunk" is not a handicap any court would (should) recognize.
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