Arkansas State coach John Brady to resign at end of 2015-16 season
Arkansas State coach John Brady told the school he will resign at the end of the season on Monday.
Arkansas State coach John Brady will resign at the end of the 2015-16 season, athletic director Terry Mohajir announced on Monday night.
"John alerted me of his intentions to resign at the end of the season, at which time we had a conversation regarding his decision," Mohajir said "I have a great deal of respect for John as a person and coach, and we appreciate his desire to finish the rest of the season as our head coach."
Brady is 111-110 in eight years as Arkansas State's head coach, a tenure that is highlighted by two division titles. While coaching at LSU, he led the Tigers to the Final Four in 2006.
Arkansas State improved to 1-1 on Monday night with a 81-37 win against Lyon College after losing to SIU-Edwardsville in the season opener.
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