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what our record was last year," Goss said. "That's not what's
Important. That's not what's important with me. Winning is
an output of the things we do, of the values we have."
Goss said all athletic programs must move in the direction
of several core values, including:
Honesty and integrity
0 Accountability and responsibility
Respect and compassion
r Competitive spirit
A commitment to "the team spirit"
Goss also voiced a concern with graduation rates within
the basketball program.
Fisher's dismissal was Goss's first major decision as ath-
letic director. Goss, who stepped into the post Sept. 8, has
repeatedly stressed the importance of accountability within
"It's not going to be a popular decision;' Goss said. "You
have to go with, sometimes, the tougher decision. This is the
tougher decision of the two.
"Very easily I could have gone in there and dealt with the
iia and said, 'Here's all the reasons why we're going to
k ep Coach Fisher,"' he said.
w Former Michigan player Maurice Taylor, who was at the
center of much recent controversy and left school earlier this
year with one year of eligibility remaining, expressed his dis-
appointment with the decision.
"He was a player's coach and everyone got along with him
real well," said Taylor, who currently plays for the Clippers.
"He was there through the good and the bad times. He was
more like a father figure to some of the guys who didn't have
Fisher's departure may close the book on a tumultuous two
years within the program. Following the University's
announcement that the team committed two NCAA viola-
tions through contact with Detroit booster Ed Martin, numer-
ous allegations of serious impropriety within the program fil-
tered into the media.
In response to the allegations, the University hired a private
law firm, which investigated the program for seven months
and found no evidence of major violations within the pro-
gram. It found instead that three minor violations had been
incurred through contact with Martin. Also, on five occa-
sions, Fisher inscribed former coach Perry Watson's initials
on complimentary ticket orders for Martin. Fisher said he did
not remember the incidences.
In accordance with a clause in Fisher's contract, the
University will pay Fisher until his contract expires in August
2000. Fisher's salary for the 1997-98 season was listed at
Fisher's 8-year record was 184-82.
- The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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simply said, "because I wanted Brian
NEllerbe's head-coaching experience
y have been one deciding factor in
Goss's temporary choice. "I like his
interchange with people. I like the way
he relates to kids,"he said.
Goss, who was hired just more than
two months ago, said he will use sever-
al resources to help narrow his search,
including the advice of Big Ten offi-
cials and nationally respected coaches.
"I will use a variety of resources,"
oiss said. "(Big Ten) Commissioner
Delaney has a variety of under-
ding of who's where across the
"Then I'll try to contact some of the
senior coaches that might exist, assum-
ing they might have some input on peo-
ple they respect and like ... people like
(Duke University head coach) Mike
Krzyzewski and (Indiana University
coach) Bobby Knight."
Braun took over Cal's program
before last season under circumstances
similar to the current situation at the
University. He replaced Todd Bozeman,
who was forced to resign after admit-
ting to paying $30,000 to the family of
an athlete, a flagrant NCAA violation.
The NCAA placed the team on proba-
tion this past July.
Braun, after leading the Bears to a
23-9 record, a Sweet 16 appearance in
the NCAA tournament and taking
Pacific-10 Coach-of-the-Year honors
last season, agreed to a five-year con-
tract extension with California this past
At EMU, Braun garnered three Mid-
American Conference Coach of the
Year awards. His teams made the
NCAA tournament three times, includ-
ing the 1995-96 squad that upset Duke
in the Midwest Regionals of the NCAA
Other candidates Goss may be look-
ing at include Kelvin Sampson of the
University of Oklahoma, Phil Ford of
the University of North Carolina, Pete
Gillen of Providence University, Ray
McCallum of Ball State University, Tim
Floyd of Iowa State University, Ricardo
Patton of the University of Colorado
and Gary Williams of the University of
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