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Posts Tagged ‘Louisiana-Lafayette.’

Western Kentucky fires McDonald due to weird play, declining attendance & program’s lack of progress

 

Ken McDonald (courtesy of Western Kentucky athletics)

Most media reports out of the Western Kentucky city of Bowling Green stated that head basketball coach Ken McDonald was fired recently due to a weird play at the end of an overtime loss to Louisiana-Lafayette, 72-70 when the Ragin’ Cajuns scored with six players on the court and the Hilltoppers coach should’ve but did not notice.

But athletic director Ross Bjork said the team is struggling at 5-11, needs a “new voice”, attendance is declining and the respect has to be restored.

He has appointed assistant coach Ray Harper as the interim coach the rest of the season.

The Sun Belt Conference did confirm that the Ragin’ Cajuns did use six players, but the score stands.

McDonald, who is 41, leaves with a three-year record of 67-49.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Western Kentucky news

Ohio Bobcats beats Louisiana-Lafayette, 38-31 to go to 6-3

Terrence McCrae had a good day against La-Lafayette (file photo WAXXTV.com)

Boo Jackson threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as Ohio University beat Louisiana-Lafayette in a non-conference game played at Pedan Stadium in Athens, Ohio.

Jackson completed 16 of 22 passes for 240 yards but suffered four interceptions. He rushed for 74 yards on 11 carries and scored on a 7-yard run in the first quarter.

The Ragin’ Cajuns, who fell to 2-6, led at one time 14-7 in the second quarter.

Ohio retook the lead for good in the fourth quarter when Jackson threw a touchdown pass to Terrence McCrae on a 13-yarder to put the Bobcats up 24-17.

compiled from staff & Ohio Bobcats news