By Pete Thamel, ESPN: West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins is expected to return to the sideline next season in the wake of using an anti-gay slur in a radio interview earlier this week, sources told ESPN on Wednesday.
The university decision is in the process of being completed Wednesday, and the details have yet to be finalized.
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West Virginia coach Bob Huggins will return next season after he agreed to a million-dollar pay cut, a three-game regular-season suspension and sensitivity training in the wake of using an anti-gay slur in a radio interview.
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