USF athletic director Debra Gore-Mann is resigning to pursue other opportunities. The school said Friday that Gore-Mann’s resignation is effective Sept. 17. Charles Cross, USF’s vice president of business and finance, will assume interim athletic director duties while a national search is conducted to find a replacement. Gore-Mann leaves less than five months after making the high-profile hire of Jennifer Azzi as women’s basketball coach. In June, the NCAA placed USF on probation for two years after more than a dozen athletes spent more than $13,000 in scholarship money to improperly buy textbooks. USF didn’t receive a postseason ban.
Talk about ironty. After all. Debra Gore-Mann is the one who handed head coach Jesse Evans resignation papers.
September 11th, 2010 at 8:24 am
Where’s the NCAA in the midst of this ? Nowhere to be seen as usual ! . When you have that body merely picking and choosing who they want to punish then you can comprehend why everyone thinks that collegiate athletics is a complete joke from top to bottom .
September 11th, 2010 at 10:21 am
Speaking of USF, the USF on this coast (South Florida) is currently having their way with the Tebow-less Florida Gators.
Ugh, I can’t bear to watch.