Chadron State is looking for a new football coach after announcing it won't renew the contract of Bill O'Boyle, who was relieved of his coaching duties after the school self-reported concerns of possible NCAA rules violations.
Chadron State says in a statement that O'Boyle's contract, which expires in June 2012, won't be renewed and a search for a new coach
will begin after the holidays.
KNEB Radio in Scottsbluff reported the Division II school's decision Thursday.
Chadron State raised concerns about fundraising to the NCAA and
the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. A report by an independent
accounting firm said O'Boyle opened secret accounts for program
funds and failed to document $22,000 in spending. O'Boyle said he
didn't use the money for his own expenses.
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