As earlier speculated that Jordan fair and Kenny Johnson could be fired at ULAA meeting, the contracts for a pair of suspended Louisville men's basketball coaches made it easy for them to lose their jobs as the school announced that assistant coach Jordan Fair has been terminated without cause. "The University of Louisville has parted ways with assistant men's basketball coach Jordan Fair, exercising the option in his contract to terminate his employment without cause, He will continue to be paid for 30 days. Associate head men's basketball coach Kenny Johnson remains on paid administrative leave." Johnson and Fair were put on paid leave last week amid allegations of a "pay to play" recruiting scheme at the school which is a significant or repetitive violations of existing ULAA, NCAA or Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) rules or regulations. Fair's dismissal came a little more than five hours after Louisville held a press conference to announce former Stanford and TCU coach Trent Johnson had been brought on as the first full-time assistant under interim Cardinals coach David Padgett.