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College Basketball Coach Under Investigation For Player Incident

Two basketballs ahead of the Final Four.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 29: A detail of NCAA Official Wilson basketballs are seen racked up on the court prior to Oregon playing against Louisville during the Midwest Region Semifinal round of the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 29, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The college basketball investigations continue; this time involving University of Albany head basketball coach Dwayne Killings.

Per basketball analyst Jeff Goodman, "There has been an ongoing investigation into an incident involving Albany head coach Dwayne Killings and a player back in November." Noting, "Killings has been away from the team the last few weeks on leave."

Killings was named the coach at Albany just last year. In his first season as the coach of the Great Danes, Killings led the team to a 13-18 record, which included a 9-9 conference mark. Though Albany's season ended on a three game losing streak . The 40-year-old coach previously spent time at Marquette, Connecticut, Temple and Boston. He also served on the Charlotte Hornets staff from 2003-2006.

According to reports, Killings is being investigated for putting his hands on one of his players; something the school is going to try to get to the bottom of, quickly.