Oregon State fired men's basketball coach Craig Robinson (pictured) on Sunday night - six weeks after the season ended.
Robinson, best known for being the brother-in-law of President Barack Obama, spent six seasons at Oregon State, where he went 93-104 without making an NCAA Tournament.
He had three years left on his contract. OSU still reportedly owes him more than $4 million.
Possible contributing factors to Coach Robinson’s firing:
Since the end of the season, Eric Moreland has turned pro, Hallice Cooke announced his intentions to transfer, and Challe Barton made the decision to explore professional opportunities overseas, all of which left Oregon State with zero returning starters for next season!