I am standing on Mark Mangino’s front porch, getting berated with barks through a closed door by his dog, Yogi. I think I’ll recover and won’t do anything to try to get Yogi fired from the Mangino family.
A timeline of Mark Mangino's time at KU.
Mark Mangino has resigned as head football coach at Kansas University, the athletics department announced Thursday night.
Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino, whose future with the school has been the subject of much speculation over the past three weeks, resigned Thursday night.
I have to admit I often become incensed at television sports commentators. Take last Saturday’s Kansas-Missouri football contest, for example. The TV throats blistered KU coach Mark Mangino for his failure to use running plays to eat the clock late.
Overshadowed by the head coach’s unusual two-week walk on the plank was the collapse of a Kansas University football team that won its first five games and lost its last seven. How did it happen?
He didn’t win the thrilling football game Saturday at Arrowhead Stadium, and for that he felt genuinely bad for his players, especially a senior class that won 20 games in the middle two seasons of their careers.
Asked Saturday whether he would consider changing his coaching style if asked to by school administrators, Kansas University coach Mark Mangino indicated he doesn’t feel there’s any problem with the manner in which he runs his program.
Given the events of the past few days, the question posed to embattled Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino five minutes into his Tuesday meeting with the media seemed relevant enough.
When, in the winter of 2001, former Kansas University athletic director Al Bohl tapped a fiery Oklahoma assistant named Mark Mangino to help turn around a program coming off six consecutive losing seasons, he did so with the comfort that he’d picked the right man for the job.
Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino, speaking during Monday morning's Big 12 coaches teleconference, said his communication with athletic director Lew Perkins has been "practically none" since Perkins' announced an investigation into the coach's behavior last Tuesday.
Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino long has prided himself on his ability to maintain focus in the face of adversity, so it’s not altogether surprising that he has spent the past few days going about his business as usual — even as speculation about his job security has swirled.
Texas coach Mack Brown admits he doesn’t know Kansas University coach Mark Mangino that well. He also doesn’t know many of the circumstances surrounding KU’s investigation of Mangino in the last week.
A source familiar with how the investigation into Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino started said that a clarification is in order in regards to Arist Wright’s role in it.
News this week that Kansas University administrators have launched an investigation into the actions of football coach Mark Mangino might have come as a bizarre development to some, but those familiar with the wording of the coach’s contract might not be surprised.