Fired Rutgers Coach 'Deeply Sorry' for Kicking Players

Basketball coach Mike Rice told WABC "there's no excuse" for his actions which surfaced on video.
1:37 | 04/03/13

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Stated three months ago. After watch -- the video. How old. How deeply regret. Regrettable those actions home. I also stated I was gonna try to work. On. Change and I think I've accomplished a lot of can't say anything right now -- -- I'm sorry and and there'll never be a time where I'm going to use any of that as an excuse. Who wanted to be any excuse. But -- so many people down. My players my administration Rutgers University the fans and my family who's sitting in the there -- just huddled around because the fact that. Their father. -- and was an embarrassment to and it's. It's troubling but I will. It some time maybe I'll try to explain it but right now that there's there's. There's no explanation for for what's on the -- -- because there is no excuse for I was -- and I want -- tell everybody who who's believed in me. Them. -- deeply sorry for feel the pain and in the hearts of that I've caused thank you very much.

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