By John Canzano, Bald Faced Truth: Dana Altman called me on Wednesday morning.
He’d cooled off.
“I’m not leaving,” he said, “unless they want me to.”
The University of Oregon men’s basketball coach sounded miserable on Tuesday night in the wake of the Ducks’ season-ending NIT loss in Eugene. His team lost 61-58 to Wisconsin. Only 3,358 fans showed up to see it.
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