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  1. No winners in Billy Gillispie saga at Texas Tech, not yet at leas...

    Dana O'Neil

    In the short term, there are no winners in the Billy Gillispie saga that ended with his resignation at Texas Tech. Now it's up to the disgraced former coach to change that in the long run.

    Story | Conversation | September 20, 2012
  2. Recalling the Kentucky tenure of troubled Texas Tech coach Billy ...

    Dana O'Neil

    Dana O'Neil had a front-row seat to the abrasive behavior that led to the downfall of Billy Gillispie at Kentucky, but she thought he could successfully bounce back at Texas Tech. But some people just don't change. Lesson learned.

    Story | Conversation | September 06, 2012
  3. Dana O'Neil: James Dickey resurfaces with Houston Cougars

    Dana O'Neil

    After considering some well-known names, Houston made perhaps the most surprising hire of the season: James Dickey, a head coach again for the first time in 10 years.

    Story | Conversation | September 21, 2010
  4. Former Kentucky coach Billy Gillispie suing school's athletics as...

    Dana O'Neil

    Former Kentucky men's basketball coach Billy Gillispie is suing the school's athletics association, seeking $6 million over his firing last spring.

    Story | Conversation | May 27, 2009
  5. Clem Haskins at home away from hoops on his Kentucky farm

    Dana O'Neil

    This upcoming postseason will mark the 10th anniversary of the academic scandal at Minnesota. But unlike coaches who cling to basketball, Clem Haskins has walked away and is at peace in the anonymity of his family's farm in Kentucky, writes Dana O'Neil.

    Story | Conversation | August 01, 2008
  6. Prosser's death hasn't changed coaches on the recruiting grind

    Dana O'Neil

    Skip Prosser's death last July seemed to give fellow coaches pause as they agreed that the recruiting grind had grown too demanding. One year later, the coaches admit that while tragic, Prosser's death hasn't slowed them down at all, writes Dana O'Neil.

    Story | Conversation | July 29, 2008