Pitt Fires Haywood
The University of Pittsburgh fired head football coach Mike Haywood, on Saturday, one day after he was arrested on a domestic violence charge. Pitt named Haywood head coach only 2 1/2 weeks ago. Espn.com, with some help from the Associated Press, has the story, below.
Former University of Pittsburgh head football coach, Mike Haywood, speaks during a press conference on December 16, 2010 at the University of Pittsburgh Panthers South Side training facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh fired football coach Mike Haywood on Saturday, saying he could not continue in the job he held for only 21/2 weeks because of his arrest on a domestic violence charge.
Haywood was released Saturday from St. Joseph County Jail in Indiana on $1,000 cash bond, said an officer at the jail who declined to give her name, after the charge was upgraded from a misdemeanor to felony domestic battery in the presence of a minor.