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Badgers Head Coach Bo Ryan “not totally sure” whether he’ll retire after next season

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KAUKAUNA — Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan now says he’s “not totally sure” about whether he will retire after next season.

Post-Crescent Media reported Thursday, August 13th that Ryan kept the door open to delaying retirement at an appearance at the U.S. Venture Open golf charity event.

In late June, the 67-year-old Ryan announced he planned to retire at the end of the next basketball season.

But he said Wednesday that “I haven’t submitted any papers yet. I haven’t submitted anything.”

Asked whether that means he’s leaving the door open to returning after next season, Ryan says, “I am.”

Ryan says he’s trying to be open about his thinking, saying: “I wouldn’t be the first guy in the country that ever thought about retirement and then changed their mind.”

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