In this Nov. 3, 2007, photo, Ed Rush, right, a football coach at Bloomsburg University, talks with receiver Brahin Bilal during practice in Bloomsburg, Pa. Rush has resigned as the Pac-12 Conference's coordinator of basketball officials following comments that he targeted Arizona coach Sean Miller during internal meetings before the conference tournament. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement released Thursday, April 4, 2013, that "I want to express my appreciation for the great contribution Ed made to basketball officiating for the Conference during his tenure, particularly in the area of training and the cultivation of new officiating talent." (AP Photo/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise, Jimmy May)

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In this Nov. 3, 2007, photo, Ed Rush, right, a football coach at Bloomsburg University, talks with receiver Brahin Bilal during practice in Bloomsburg, Pa. Rush has resigned as the Pac-12 Conference's coordinator of basketball officials following comments that he targeted Arizona coach Sean Miller during internal meetings before the conference tournament. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement released Thursday, April 4, 2013, that "I want to express my appreciation for the great contribution Ed made to basketball officiating for the Conference during his tenure, particularly in the area of training and the cultivation of new officiating talent." (AP Photo/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise, Jimmy May)
In this Nov. 3, 2007, photo, Ed Rush, right, a football coach at Bloomsburg University, talks with receiver Brahin Bilal during practice in Bloomsburg, Pa. Rush has resigned as the Pac-12 Conference's coordinator of basketball officials following comments that he targeted Arizona coach Sean Miller during internal meetings before the conference tournament. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement released Thursday, April 4, 2013, that "I want to express my appreciation for the great contribution Ed made to basketball officiating for the Conference during his tenure, particularly in the area of training and the cultivation of new officiating talent." (AP Photo/Bloomsburg Press Enterprise, Jimmy May)
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