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A late snag in negotiations prompts leading candidate Anthony Johnson to withdraw his name from consideration as head coach at the College of Charleston.
Bobby Cremins is a legitimate candidate to coach at Charleston again on what would amount to an interim basis, multiple sources confirmed to on Wednesday.
The coaching carousel is already in full motion and you can get the latest on all of the coaching hirings and firings here.
While Charleston prepares for a certain legal battle with Doug Wojcik and, at the same time, tries to find his replacement, one thing that's gone unreported but is worth noting is how first-year president Glenn McConnell is facing internal and external pressure to hire a minority as his next men's basketball coach, multiple sources told
Charleston fired men's basketball coach Doug Wojcik on Tuesday for what president Glenn F. McConnell described as "just cause" after multiple investigations into allegations of verbal and physical abuse.
In both statement and on video, Wojcik's attorney is arguing the most recent allegations have no basis.
It's becoming increasingly unlikely that Doug Wojcik will survive Charleston's investigation into his alleged verbal abuse of players and ever coach another game for the Cougars, multiple sources told on Thursday.
Once upon a time, a coach could yell and cuss and degrade players in the spirit of motivation. But the times have changed, and Doug Wojcik's situation at Charleston is proof of that.
College of Charleston coach Doug Wojcik is being investigated because of allegations of verbal abuse against players and could ultimately be placed on probation by the school, a source has told
Wichita State and San Diego State look to keep rolling, while Stanford and California are among the potential bubble teams trying to get wins.

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