Your story on the college basketball coaching carousel mentions Wisconsin's hiring of a coach no one had heard of (SCORECARD, April 9). This should help: Bo Ryan won four Division III championships in the 1990s at Wisconsin- Platteville. In 1994-95 Wisconsin- Platteville went undefeated and beat previously unbeaten Manchester, coached by Steve Alford.
STEVE GEHRMANN, Sun Prairie, Wis.
I found Seth Davis's column about the mess that coaches and athletic directors in the power conferences have made of college basketball to be right on target. Team has good season, school and fans asked to pony up to keep coach, coach pledges undying love, next day coach leaves town without letting door hit him on way out. But hey, the game isn't about fans and players who aren't lottery picks, is it?
GREG GRAY, Tulsa
There's Only One Wizard
Coach K is undoubtedly a wonderful coach, but please don't put him in the company of UCLA's John Wooden (above), the greatest basketball coach of all time, just yet. Three NCAA championships are not 10!
QUENTIN MURPHY, Los Angeles