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Will a homophobic radio interview cost this Hall of Fame basketball coach his $4.1 M salary?

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ugly history of making hateful remarks himself. At one point, the conversation turned to ripping Xavier University, a staunch basketball rival of the University of Cincinnati.

Each season, the two schools play in a rivalry game called the Crosstown Shootout. Huggins was recalling an incident in which Xavier fans threw rubber penises onto the floor (a cherished sports tradition), leading Cunningham to make the following remark.“It was transgender night, wasn’t it?,” he asked.Huggins took the bait and unfurled a string of homophobic insults directed towards Xavier fans. “It was a Crosstown Shootout, yeah, no, what it was, was all those f*gs, those Catholic f*gs I think,” he said.For good measure, he also contributed an anti-trans barb of his own.“They were envious they didn’t have one,” he added.??

Here’s the audio of Bob Huggins calling Xavier fans “Catholic f–s” during an appearance on Bill Cunningham’s WLW radio show in Cincinnati Outsports’ Cyd Zeigler says, the comments are the most homophobic we’ve heard from an athlete or sports figure since NBA great Tim Hardaway said he hates gay people in 2007.

Every year, there are multiple athletes and coaches who use homophobic taunts in social media posts or during conversation. Just over the last few months, Brooklyn Nets forward Cam Thomas was fined for saying “no homo” in an interview, and NBA star Anthony Edwards used anti-gay language in a social media post.

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