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Wichita State Basketball Coach Receives $7.7M Settlement After Internal Investigation

Wichita State men’s basketball coach Gregg Marshall has resigned and will receive a $7.7 million settlement with the Kansas university following an internal investigation into allegations of verbal and physical abuse, including claims he punched a player and choked an assistant.

The settlement will be paid out over six years, the Kansas university announced Tuesday. Wichita State has not revealed the findings of its internal investigation. 

Assistant coach Isaac Brown was promoted to interim head coach as the Shockers approach their season opener on November 25. 

In October, the school announced that it had hired a St. Louis law firm to conduct an internal probe into Marshall’s behavior following reports of abuse from Stadium and The Athletic.

Read the source article at dailymail.co.uk

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