Randy Sanders is back as East Tennessee State’s head football coach after spending a week on administrative leave for slapping a player during spring practice.
UPDATE: East Tennessee State University will place a letter of reprimand in head football coach Randy Sanders’ personnel file and dock him a week’s pay for an altercation he had with player in a March 30 team practice.
ETSU had to take action, but did the offense really warrant an immediate suspension and a public mark on Randy Sanders’ reputation?
Randy Sanders wasn’t on hand, but his new offense was in full display when the East Tennessee State football team held the Blue-Gold game on Thursday night.
The East Tennessee State football team will wrap up spring practice Thursday when it holds its annual Blue-Gold spring game at Greene Stadium.
The East Tennessee State football team practiced at Greene Stadium on Tuesday for the first time since head coach Randy Sanders was placed on administrative leave.
The times are a-changing, and when it comes to sports, nothing is changing more than football.
East Tennessee State football coach Randy Sanders’ suspension came as a result of him hitting a player during practice, sources close to the situation said Monday.
The second spring scrimmage for the East Tennessee State football team produced some sparkling moments, and first-year head coach Randy Sanders was happy to see his team take a few steps forward.
Spring practice is here for the East Tennessee State football team and new coach Randy Sanders finally gets to see what kind of team he has.
Randy Sanders looked like one happy man as National Signing Day came to a close.