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Jeff Lebo and his wife, Melissa, were both provided with new Lexus automobiles when he agreed to become basketball coach at Tennessee-Chattanooga. The automobiles were perks in a contract that Lebo, the leading candidate to replace Larry Eustachy at Iowa State, signed with Tennessee-Chattanooga on April 5, 2002. Lebo came to Chattanooga from Tennessee Tech.
Lebo's contract full of perks, incentives
Des Moines Register

A source close to the university search committee, which is part of a 20-member advisory committee, said Lebo's interview went so well that he was the search group's unanimous choice.
Cyclone committee unanimous in approval for Lebo
Des Moines Register

"I had just talked to him Thursday night. He said things were going great. He was really enjoying the new staff of the Cowboys, coach (Bill) Parcells, and thought this was going to be his breakthrough time. He thought he had a really good shot. He told me he'd call me Monday and let me know how things were going."
Clark: Haywood's death crushing blow for all that knew him
Des Moines Register

The search for Iowa State's next men's basketball coach has come down to Tennessee-Chattanooga's Jeff Lebo and ISU assistant Wayne Morgan. Wyoming's Steve McClain, a native Iowan and a favorite to succeed Larry Eustachy, told The Tribune Sunday he no longer is a candidate.
ISU now focused mostly on two candidates
Ames Tribune

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