Good for Morehead State.
Suspending Sean Woods was absolutely the correct decision. There was no other action that would have been appropriate considering what took place on Wednesday night when the Eagles faced off against No. 8 Kentucky at Rupp Arena.
Woods will be sidelined for Monday’s contest against Norfolk State after shoving senior point guard Devon Atkinson in the back...
Morehead State head coach Sean Woods is one intense dude. When his player Devon Atkinson fouled out against Kentucky during their 81-70 loss on Wednesday he absolutely berated him to the point where the kid was almost crying. Today it has been announced that due to his behaviour coach Woods will be suspended for the team’s upcoming game against Norfolk State on Monday. Check out...
Morehead State has suspended coach Sean Woods for one game after he appeared to shove an Eagles player during Wednesday night’s loss at No. 8 Kentucky.
Woods will sit out Monday night’s game against Norfolk State.
The first-year Eagles coach appeared to shove Morehead State point guard Devon Atkinson in the back after the senior fouled out with 5:51 remaining. Athletic director...
Morehead State first-year coach Sean Woods is facing possible disciplinary action after appearing to shove Eagles' point guard Devon Atkinson during Wednesday's 81-70 loss to Kentucky.
Athletic department spokesman Matt Segal said Thursday the situation is being discussed internally and any disciplinary action would be announced Friday morning.
Atkinson fouled out with...
No problem with Morehead State coach Sean Woods getting in senior guard Devon Atkinson's face but the push, the douchejuice assistant, and the length of time he verbally assaulted the kid? A bit...
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Morehead State coach Sean Woods absolutely lit into one of his players during Wednesday’s 81-70 loss to Kentucky in a horrifying display. Woods, who played college ball at Kentucky, was so harsh on Devon Atkinson for fouling out of the game, that the senior point guard nearly began crying. Atkinson fouled out with his team down 69-61 and just under six minutes left in the game...
It's not everyday you see a grown man nearly succumb to tears because of a game. But on Wednesday night during the Morehead State-Kentucky bout, one senior nearly did.With about six minutes left in the contest, and the Wildcats up by eight, Eagles guard Devon Atkinson fouled out of the game after contributing just four points. Morehead State head coach Sean Woods clearly wasn...
Join us for discussion of Kentucky's matchup with Morehead State and former Wildcat Sean Woods tonight from Rupp Arena.
Rees Macshara ran for a career-high 211 yards to finish the season with 1,013 yards, as Morehead State blew out Valparaiso 76-24 in Pioneer League play.
Morehead State (4-7, 3-5) exploded offensively, scoring the first 34 points of the game.
Macshara rushed for over 100 yards in six straight games and became the first 1,000-yard rusher for the Eagles since David Dinkins in 2000...
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November 17, 2012
Cyrus Strahm returned a kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown to break a 7-7 tie and ignite a run of 42 consecutive points by Morehead State in a 49-14 rout of Davidson Saturday.
The Eagles (3-6, 2-4 Pioneer League) got two rushing touchdowns apiece from Rees Macshara and Blake Stanley. Stanley's first touchdown, a 6-yarder, made it 21-7 early in the second quarter. Macshara, who...
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November 03, 2012
Sean Woods says it's a blessing to come home.
Woods was introduced Monday as the head coach of Morehead State after a four-year stint at Mississippi Valley State. He led the Delta Devils to a 21-13 mark this year and the school's fifth-ever NCAA tournament appearance before they lost to Western Kentucky in the first round.
Woods played at Kentucky from 1989-92 under coach...
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May 14, 2012
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Zach Lewis passed for 387 yards and three touchdowns and Desmond Cox rushed for 218 yards and two touchdowns as Morehead State defeated Butler 55-35 Saturday in the teams' season finale.
The Eagles (3-8, 2-6 Pioneer Football League) piled up 669 yards of offense, surpassing the 651 they had in a 50-49 loss to St. Francis (Pa.), their previous high in Division I games this season...
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November 19, 2011