Ole Miss Basketball Coach Leaving Immediately

OXFORD, MS (Ben Caxton) — After saying he would step down at the end of the season, on Sunday Mississippi basketball coach Andy Kennedy made his resignation effective immediately. Assistant coach Tony Madlock will serve as Ole Miss’ acting head coach for the rest of the season. Kennedy said part of the reason he stepped down is to relieve external pressure on the team due to his uncertain job status. The departs with a final record of 245 wins and 156 losses 12 seasons, the school record for career victories. The Rebels had nine 20-win seasons and two NCAA Tournament appearances during Kennedy’s tenure and his 401 games at Ole Miss are the 10th-highest total by one coach at one school in SEC history.


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