Ole Miss' Andy Kennedy is expected to announce Monday that he will step down as the men’s basketball coach after the season wraps up.

Kennedy has been the coach of Rebels since 2006 and will leave as the winningest coach in Ole Miss history.

Filed Under: Ole Miss Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Bye bye bye
Reply2 days
Marshall Henderson as HC?
Reply5 days
Who are they going to get that's better?
Reply7 days
Arrested for DUI, retained. Wins most games in school history, fired. fricking Ole Miss.
Reply8 days
You’d think they’d have learned their lesson after firing Cutcliff. Ole Miss, being Ole Miss, can only be so good. They can’t do better than Cutcliff, and they can’t do better than Kennedy.
Reply11 days
well that only took a decade.
Reply11 days
And no one cares
Reply11 days
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