ASU president Michael Crow said a meeting with Bobby Hurley didn't happen, nor any other meeting with a prospective candidate.
A day after the program fired Herb Sendek, ASU men’s basketball will have another hole to fill. Center Connor MacDougall has announced his intentions to leave ASU, according to azcentral sports’ Doug Haller. MacDougall impressed in the Maroon and Gold Scrimmage before the season, but did not get much playing time before injuring his shoulder in early February. MacDougall was suspended for three games earlier this season, along with junior guard Roosevelt Scott for a “violation of any team’s rules,” according to Sendek.
Hours after informing Herb Sendek that he would not be retained as ASU’s men’s basketball coach, athletic director Ray Anderson spoke to the media about the decision to move in another direction. “It was time to upgrade the program,” Anderson said.
The emotion involved in the NCAA men's basketball tournament is only amplified when you fill out a bracket of your own.