WAUKESHA, Wis. - A Wisconsin university says its basketball coach has resigned after he was accused of attacking a referee.
The University of Wisconsin-Rock County says Jamal Mosley resigned Jan. 23, following a Jan. 3 incident in which he and his son, J'shon, were accused of beating the referee after a loss to UW-Waukesha.
The referee, Patrick Anderson, suffered abrasions and cuts around one of his eyes.
Mosley, 41, and his 20-year-old son were charged Tuesday with battery and disorderly conduct. Mosley told police the referee disrespected him during the game.
A statement from the Rock County school says the younger Mosley was not a manager of the basketball team, as was originally reported.
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