Legendary Coach Bo Ryan Seems To Be Enjoying Retirement After Affairs Scandal
Legendary college basketball coach Bo Ryan seems to be enjoying retirement after he was embroiled in a scandal involving extra-marital affairs.
“I can tell you this I’ve played a lot more golf six, seven months,” the former Wisconsin Badgers coach told WAOW News when asked how he is enjoying retirement. (VIDEO: Wisconsin Coach Bo Ryan Shocks College Basketball By Abruptly Retiring)
He did clarify that he wasn’t improving as a smile cracked across his face. (SLIDESHOW: Baller Babes: These Gorgeous Women Love Basketball)
Ryan also weighed in on the time Steph Curry bounced Wisconsin from the tournament. It was one of the first times the world got a good look at the future NBA superstar. (SLIDESHOW: This Gorgeous Olympian Loves To Show Off Lots Of Skin)
“I thought we could have done a better job defensively, but now that I seeing him scoring the way he is in the NBA, maybe not,” he said. (RELATED: David Hookstead Considered For Wisconsin Basketball Head Coaching Job)
The two-time Final Four coach was the center of national sports news after it was discovered that the University of Wisconsin had been investigating him for having affairs.
Ryan retired with a career record of 364–130 at Wisconsin, two Final Fours, 14 consecutive trips to the March Madness tournament, and seven Big Ten championships. The former Wisconsin coach also holds the record for highest winning percentage for a coach in the history of the Big Ten.