Ken McDonald began his third season at Western Kentucky with his team picked to win its division and guard Sergio Kerusch, right, as pre-season Player of the Year. The Toppers are 5-11.
Ken McDonald began his third season at Western Kentucky with his team picked to win its division and guard Sergio Kerusch, right, as pre-season Player of the Year. The Toppers are 5-11. AP
Ken McDonald began his third season at Western Kentucky with his team picked to win its division and guard Sergio Kerusch, right, as pre-season Player of the Year. The Toppers are 5-11. AP

WKU AD well aware of fans' unease with men, women's hoops

January 21, 2011 12:00 AM

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