Don't fret over his record, but do look at his body of work.
Coles, the longtime Miami and Central Michigan coach, passed away today at the age of 71.
Former Jayhawk Anrio Adams, known for his court-side antics, has landed in Athens. Let the fancy GIF's commence.
The former Presbyterian point guard will be a Redhawk. He'll have two years of eligibility remaining. Washington averaged 8.5 points per game for the Blue Hose last season.
Diggs has been reinstated to the team, according to the Akron Beacon-Journal. That provides a huge lift to the Zips who graduate Zeke Marshall, Brian Walsh, and Chauncey Gilliam.
Vinales, who attended Central Connecticut State last season, announced that he will be a Toledo Rocket late Sunday night. Vinales averaged 21.6 points per game last year and is originally from Detroit.
The MAC Freshman of the Year announced he will be joining the Illinois Fighting Illini, where he brother Brandon was a star guard at for the past four seasons.
Apparently many schools stretch the height of their players by measuring them in shoes, which adds about an inch. But THREE inches?
The former Central Michigan guard is now also a former Pittsburgh guard, as his dad announced he will be transferring from the Panthers program.