I was pretty good at math in my younger days.
Everything in life is basically additional and subtraction. Either 2+2 = 4, or it doesn’t.
It doesn’t take a mathematician to see what is going on with the Nebraska women’s basketball team.
The head coach of the Nebraska women’s basketball team responds after two big names are off the bench. Associate head coach Chuck Love was suspended with pay Saturday night. UNL announced it was due to a personnel matter.
The team also removed starting guard Ashley Scoggin from the roster the same day.
Head coach Amy Williams will not confirm why or if those decisions are connected. Love and Scoggin were both absent from Thursday’s road game against Penn State.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln would not comment on Love’s suspension, only saying it’s a personnel matter.
Here is a little background on Love that Nebraska provided.
Chuck Love enters his sixth season at Nebraska in 2021-22, and his first as Nebraska’s Associate Head Coach. The talented assistant enters his 10th season overall on Coach Amy Williams’ staff.
Love earned his first full-time assistant coaching job at Wayland Baptist in Texas, after serving as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Northwestern Oklahoma State. He competed at Northwestern Oklahoma State in 2006-07 and 2007-08. As a senior he was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year. As a junior in 2006-07, he helped the Rangers reach the NAIA Elite Eight.
Love earned a bachelor’s degree as a health and sports science major from Northwestern Oklahoma State in 2008. He and his wife, Charmaine, have two sons, Chuck III and Cameron, and a daughter, Camri. His oldest daughter is Alayzia Love.
Love nor Scoggin has spoken out about why they were suspended in Love’s case and kicked off the team in Scoggin’s case.
As you can imagine, the rumor mill is on FIRE right now. It should be noted based on her Instagram posts, Scoggin is 23 years old.
Flip the pages for more of this wild story and some of Scoggin’s IG posts.