You continue to play a team and they continue to do a lot of that, that’s what they do. With the record that we had, with the consecutive losses, and to still come out and compete the way we did, and play together the way we did, I was proud of our guys in that regard.” (Explanation on technical against Carlos Johnson?
) “I did not get an explanation what that was about.” (On coming back after falling behind by 14) “We fought back and then I think we committed three consecutive turnovers.
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Although Buzz Feed promoted “Gente-Fied” in an article published on May 20, Ashley and Lorenzo were fired as of June 10, according to Politico.
It is a conundrum like few others in modern-day college athletics, a problem without a clear solution, a looming decision that, either way it falls, is sure to infuriate as many interested parties as it will please.
Lorenzo Romar is in his 15th season as the Washington Huskies men’s basketball coach.
Concretely, this means that the work you do while you’re on Buzz Feed’s staff belongs to Buzz Feed, and that you can’t work for other productions without our permission,” Frank wrote.
That is a decision that Jen Cohen will have to own.
I considered, to the extent that I could, the extenuating circumstances related to possible behind-the-scenes developments that may not be widely reported. Washington AD Jen Cohen’s decision to fire head coach Lorenzo Romar is a bad choice and one that has a better-than-reasonable chance to send the program back to Lynn Nance / Bob Bender kind of levels.
There isn’t much value to the program to make these decisions as punitive measures to exacted upon an underperforming coach.
As the AD, Jen Cohen has to consider not only what has transpired, but what the path to ascension looks like.