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The Associated Press | April 21, 2014

Tennessee State hires Ford as head coach

Dana Ford
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee State has hired Illinois State assistant Dana Ford as its head men's basketball coach.

Ford succeeds Travis Williams, who was fired last month after going 23-40 in two seasons. Tennessee State went 5-25 this past season.

Ford worked at Tennessee State from 2009-11 as an assistant under former head coach John Cooper. Williams became head coach in 2012 after Cooper left for Miami (Ohio).

Ford spent the 2011-12 season as an assistant at Wichita State and has been at Illinois State the past two seasons. Ford played at Illinois State from 2002-06.

Related:
Williams relieved of duties at Tennessee State

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