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College Basketball Coaches' Jobs After NCAA Show Cause Orders

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Head coach Kelvin Sampson of the Indiana Hoosiers talks with A.J. Ratliff #20 on the bench against the Illinois Fighting Illini during the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Men's Basketball Conference Tournament March 9, 2007 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) | Getty Images

-- The Associated Press identified 25 former men's college basketball coaches who remain involved in the sport despite being hit with NCAA show-cause orders since 2000. Coaches are identified by the schools where they worked when penalized; the date and lengths of show cause orders (in parentheses); and their subsequent basketball-related jobs.

_Brad Greenberg, Radford (five years, February 2012). Head coach, Maccabi Haifa, Israel. Former assistant, Venezuelan national team.

_Rick Hall, Radford assistant (two years). Head coach, Eastern Montgomery High, Elliston, Va. Resigned after one year.

_Cedric Smith, Radford assistant (two years). Head coach, Freedom High, Tampa, Fla.

_Chad Myers, Radford director of basketball operations (two years). Head coach, Massanutten Military Academy, Woodstock, Va.

_Orlando Taliaferro, Oklahoma assistant (two years, July 2011). Youth coach, Adidas Nations, Atlanta.

_Bruce Pearl, Tennessee (three years, August 2011). ESPN analyst.

_Steve Forbes, Tennessee assistant (one year). Head coach, Northwest Florida State College, Niceville.

_Jason Shay, Tennessee assistant (one year). Assistant coach, Northwest Florida State College.

_Tony Jones, Tennessee assistant (one year). Head coach, Alcoa (Tenn.) High.

_Beau Archibald, Connecticut, director of basketball operations (one year, February 2011). Assistant coach, Florida Atlantic.

_Nolan Myrick, Georgia Southern assistant (five years, January 2010). Mid-State Magic AAU, Burlington, N.C.

_Scott Edgar, Southeast Missouri State (three years, August 2009). Head coach, Eastern Oklahoma State College, Willburton, Okla.

_Al Grushkin, Incarnate Word (two years, February 2009). Head coach, Indiana Tech. Previously NBA scout, Marty Blake and Associates.

_Kelvin Sampson, Indiana (five years, November 2008). Assistant coach, Houston Rockets. Previously, Milwaukee Bucks assistant, San Antonio Spurs consultant.

_Rob Senderoff, Indiana assistant (three years). Head coach, Kent State.

_Brent Bargen, Long Beach State assistant (four years, March 2008). Head coach, Chadron State.

_Reggie Howard, Long Beach State assistant (five years). Head coach, Barstow (Calif.) Community College.

_Jim O'Brien, Ohio State (two years, March 2006). Head coach, Emerson College.

_Paul Biancardi, Ohio State assistant (18 months). ESPN, director of basketball recruiting. Previously, Saint Louis University assistant coach.

_Ray Lopes, Fresno State (three years, 2006). Assistant coach, Washington State. Previously, associate head coach, Idaho; San Antonio Spurs scout; associate coach, Idaho Stampede, NBA D-League.

_Dave Bliss, Baylor (10 years, June 2005). Dean of students, athletic director and head basketball coach, Allen Academy, Bryan, Texas. Previously head coach, Dakota Wizards, CBA.

_Rodney Belcher, Baylor assistant (seven years). Head coach, Texas Celtics (Plano), 6th grade AAU.

_Doug Ash, Baylor assistant (five years). Scouting director, Detroit Pistons.

_Tommy Wade, South Alabama assistant (two years, December 2001). Director of player development, Oklahoma State. Previously head coach at Oklahoma City University, Kentucky Wesleyan assistant.

_Tim Cohane, Buffalo (three years, December 2001). Associate head coach, Roger Williams University.

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