In April of this year, former Morehead State coach Donnie Tyndall, then the head basketball coach at Tennessee,was hit with a 10-year show-cause penalty for a series of NCAA rules violations allegedly committed while he was the head coach at Southern Mississippi.

While Tyndall admitted to some wrong-doing, he vehemently denied a level of culpability that warranted essentially being untouchable by a prospective employer for 10 years and one semester, tying the longest penalty of its kind ever handed down by the NCAA.

Tyndall spoke with Dick Gabriel and Cameron Mills for more than a half hour about his appeal, which is scheduled for Thursday. You can listen here.

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