Thanks to three ejections against Kentucky this past weekend in Lexington, MSU coach Ron Polk was around for just 10 of the Bulldogs’ 27 innings.
And he could miss a few more.
Monday, MSU athletics director Larry Templeton said Polk, who is retiring at the end of the season, could be suspended by the SEC for his unsportsman-like behavior.
The league office is reviewing the case, but with commissioner Mike Slive and other key conference personnel in San Antonio for the Final Four, a decision may not be made until Wednesday.
If the SEC doesn’t levy a suspension, Templeton could. However, he said he won’t make a ruling until he sees the reports that were filed with the league office.
NE MS Daily Journal