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Miles Avery Resigns as Coach of Ohio State
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Weeks before the season begins, Miles Avery has left his position as head coach of Ohio State University's men's gymnastics team. Avery resigned to "pursue other opportunities, effective immediately," according to the OSU Athletics Department. Assistant coaches Blaine Wilson and Doug Stibel will serve as interim co-head coaches for the 2011 season, and a search for a permanent head coach will take place following the season.

Avery joined Ohio State as an assistant coach in 1989, and was going into his 13th season as head coach before he resigned. Read article on the official Ohio State Buckeyes site.

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