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Alabama State University said Wednesday that a national search would begin immediately to find a new men’s head basketball coach after it was announced that Coach Mo Williams has resigned after two years with the program and will be joining Jackson State instead. During Williams’ stint with the Hornets, ASU went 13-35 with a 12-24 record in the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC).
Mo Williams has to have more than 13 wins at JSU.
WLBT in Jackson, Mississippi reported that Jackson native Mo Williams is set to become the head coach of the Jackson State University men’s basketball program.
Williams played 14 seasons in the NBA and in 2016, he and one of the best basketball players of all time, LeBron James, won an NBA championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Williams would retire the following year. In 2018, his coaching career began as an assistant under Mark Gottfried at Cal State Northridge.