Mike Price is back in college football as he returns to UTEP as interim coach after the Miners fired Sean Kugler after four-plus seasons, per Brett McMurphy.
Price is best known for his short stint as coach at Alabama. He was fired in 2003 before even coaching a game after he was found visiting a strip club and having $1,000 charged to his hotel room by an unknown woman while playing in a golf tournament. Price had been hired from Washington State, where he spent 14 seasons and coached the Cougars to a 83-78 record.
After the Alabama scandal, Price made his first stop in El Paso as UTEP’s coach, spending nine years and recording a 48-61 record.
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