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Tyler Summitt, the son of the legendary Tennessee Volunteers women’s basketball head coach Pat Summitt, has stepped down from his position as Louisiana Tech women’s basketball head coach after admitting he had an inappropriate relationship with a player. The nature of the relationship was not disclosed, but SB Nation’s Swish Appeal is reporting Summitt impregnated the player.

Summitt, who is 25 and is married, was the head coach at Louisiana Tech for two seasons.

“I am profoundly disappointed in myself for engaging in a relationship that has negatively affected the people I love, respect and care about the most,” Summitt said in a press release. “My hope, plans and prayers are to repair those relationships. I am appreciative of the opportunity I was given to coach at Louisiana Tech. I am heartbroken that my time has ended in Ruston, but because of my respect for the institution, it is best that I resign.”

Summitt played college ball on the Tennessee men’s team, got married to his high school girlfriend in 2013 and went 30-31 as Lousiana Tech’s head coach.

Pat Summitt, who coached Tennessee from 1974-2012, won 1,098 games and eight national titles with the Lady Vols.

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