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However, Berry’s dissolving from the harsh light she created is an entirely different matter.Sure, the excuse can be made that she too is helping to prepare the Lady Tigers for their first round NCAA tournament game, but there are mysterious elements to this curious affair that need exploring.Of course, all of this is amplified because any relationship that might have developed would be same-sex.A coach engaging in sexual activity with a player is universally frowned upon.Oddly, Jordan Blum and Scott Rabalais of [Chatman’s] release was sent out after a quote attributed to Chatman was changed, according to an e-mail from Vincent to (senior women’s administrator Judy) Southard, (LSU Athletic Director, Skip) Bertman and LSU Chancellor Sean O’Keefe.“My resignation yesterday has prompted speculation and false rumors that far exceeded my expectations …” Chatman said according to the statement.The statement was released after the word “false” was removed.
As a player, she led the Lady Techsters to four consecutive Final Four appearances and two national titles.When homosexuality is involved, the disapproval often becomes revulsion.Fans and alumni seem to assume that Lesbians are a significant part of the women's basketball population; but when it's shoved into their faces, they often get squirmy. The first name to come up: Kim Mulkey, the former Louisiana Tech mega star and assistant coach who is now the head coach at Baylor.The unexpected resignation of LSU women's basketball coach Pokey Chatman has brought women's basketball to the front page of sports sections around the region.
This new-found fascination for the Lady Tigers isn't so much about a run to the women's Final Four. The dirty little whispers across the state are about a supposed sexual relationship between Chatman and a player.
In her three-year tenure with LSU her teams amassed an astonishing 90-14 record, including 47-3 after her first 50 games, the second-best record after 50 games for a head coach in women’s basketball history.