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OSU Community Remembers Coaches Who Died In Plane Crash

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President Burns Hargis & wife, Ann signing Memory Banner in Gallagher - Iba President Burns Hargis & wife, Ann signing Memory Banner in Gallagher - Iba
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The OSU community is mourning the loss of OSU women's basketball coach Kurt Budke and assistant Miranda Serna.

Their plane crashed in Perry County, AR, Thursday.  They were on a recruiting trip.

OSU President Burns Hargis & his wife Ann joined others in signing a Memory banner in the East Lobby Gallagher IBA arena.

Flowers have been placed at the memorial set up for the 2001 plane crash that killed players and coaches from the men's basketball team along with members of the media.

 

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