Bearcats try to move on after turmoil
VESTAL, N.Y. -- The first day, he didn't sleep. The second day, he couldn't wake up.
As the turmoil churned around him and the lid broke off the simmering Binghamton basketball scandal, Mark Macon went from insomniac to Rip Van Winkle, from lying awake the first night after he was told he was temporarily in charge of what remained of the tattered basketball program to sleeping for 18 hours the next.
When he finally found a normal sleeping pattern, Macon ...
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