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Georgia State lands commitment from a top 100 recruit

Ron Hunter may not be recovered from his ruptured achilles tendon yet, but the Georgia State head coach is still competing at a level above his program’s conference. 152 more words

Sullys Spotlight Pilot Episode: College Coaching

First ever episode for Sully’s Spotlight. I discuss who my favorite up and coming coaches are and I mention who might be on the Hot Seat come next March.

College Basketball

Georgia State’s Hunter Named NSSA College Basketball Coach of the Year

Release from Georgia State Athletics:

Georgia State head coach Ron Hunter, who led the Panthers to the third round of the NCAA tournament and second-straight Sun Belt Conference title, has been named the winner of the fifth annual Clarence ‘Big House’ Gaines College Basketball Coach of the Year. 368 more words

Georgia State

Ashworth named basketball coach at Decatur Central

Former Franklin Central and IUPUI guard John Ashworth was named the new boys basketball coach at Decatur Central on Tuesday.

Ashworth, 26, had been working as an assistant under John Rockey for the past four seasons. 413 more words


Interview with Coach Ron Hunter

Georgia State had arguably the biggest upset of this year’s tournament. For that reason I decided to reach out to their head coach for an interview. 1,240 more words

NCAA Tournament

What We Loved and Hated about March Madness


Coaching Pedigree

This year’s Tournament embodied the value of legendary coaches in college basketball. So many of the brightest coaches in the business showcased their expertise throughout the Tournament, and the coaching pedigree on display in the Final Four gave the impression of a stroll through the coaching Hall of Fame. 1,225 more words

College Basketball

Ron Hunter: 'I 100% Agree With RJ's Decision To Go Pro'

After hitting a 30-foot shot to beat Baylor in the NCAA Tournament, R.J. Hunter – who will live on in March Madness highlight reels for decades to come – has decided to forgo his senior season and declare for the NBA Draft. 501 more words