Gregg Marshall has resigned as Wichita State Men’s Basketball Coach according to Taylor Rocha of KSN News Wichita.
BREAKING: Gregg Marshall has resigned as head men's basketball coach at Wichita State, effective immediately.
— Taylor Rocha (@TaylorRochaKSN) November 17, 2020
Marshall underwent investigation by the school for several incidents of misconduct. He was being investigated for allegedly physically contacting players and mistreating players and staff at Wichita State.
“This was a difficult decision, but one I feel necessary for my family, the university, and, most importantly the student-athletes,” Marshall stated.
With Marshall resigning, Wichita State will pay a contract settlement of $7.75 million to be paid over the next six years.
Assistant coach Isaac Brown will serve as interim coach.
Marshall coached at Wichita State for 13 seasons and posted a 331-121 record with the school. He made seven NCAA Tournaments, which was highlighted by a Final Four appearance in 2013.
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