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No Luck, so Big East AD meeting cancelled

Posted on: May 25, 2011 10:33 am
Edited on: May 25, 2011 11:38 am
 

PONTE VERDA BEACH, Fla. – Wednesday morning’s Big East athletic directors meeting at the league’s spring meetings was cancelled because some of the league’s ADs, including West Virginia’s Oliver Luck, had to return back to their schools earlier than expected.

Luck returned to Morgantown, WVa., to apparently deal with an incident at a casino involving Dana Holgorsen, West Virginia’s new offensive coordinator and head coach in waiting. Pittsburgh AD Steve Pederson and Rutgers AD Tim Pernetti also left early and were unable to attend the meeting.

On Tuesday, Big East commissioner John Marinatto said the league ADs would address several subjects on Wednesday including the league’s bowl payout situation, scheduling, television and BCS matters.

“Routine stuff,” Marinatto said.

Those items have now been pushed back to be discussed at the league’s football media days in Newport, R.I., Aug. 1-2.

Comments

Since: Oct 20, 2006
Posted on: May 25, 2011 1:23 pm
 

No Luck, so Big East AD meeting cancelled

No McMurphy column, so I had a good day.  Dufus, moron, idiot, jackwagon, tool, birdbrain.



Since: Sep 29, 2006
Posted on: May 25, 2011 1:21 pm
 

No Luck, so Big East AD meeting cancelled

Does that indicate that Oliver Luck wields the most power out of all the BE ADs?




Since: Sep 29, 2006
Posted on: May 25, 2011 1:20 pm
 

No Luck, so Big East AD meeting cancelled

So the headline of this story is meant to intend that the meeting was cancelled solely on Oliver Luck returning to Morgantown...

When in reality your article states..

some of the league’s ADs, including West Virginia’s Oliver Luck, had to return back to their schools earlier than expected

Pittsburgh AD Steve Pederson and Rutgers AD Tim Pernetti also left early



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