Two candidates in Penn State's search for a new coach have fallen off the list in the last 24 hours after Duquesne's Ron Everhart withdrew on Thursday and Wisconsin-Milwaukee's Rob Jeter did the same on Friday.
In 2006, an on-campus shooting shook Duquesne to the core. Players scattered and lawsuits were filed, but victim Sam Ashaolu remained. And after three years of persistent rehab, he graduated on Thursday. It wasn't easy.
Duquesne's attempt to get back to some sense of normalcy will continue Wednesday when first-year coach Ron Everhart conducts individual workouts in the afternoon for the first time since five of his players were shot early Sunday morning.
The five Duquesne men's basketball players shot early Sunday morning were fired upon after walking away from a woman and her disgruntled boyfriend, neither of whom were students at the university, one of the players who was shot told ESPN.com.