Racist graffiti found at BGSU coach Louis Orr's home

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Police found racist graffiti on the sidewalk in front of the home of Bowling Green head coach Louis Orr on Tuesday morning.

Police found racist graffiti written on the sidewalk Tuesday morning in front of the home of Bowling Green Falcons men's basketball coach Louis Orr, according to the Toledo Blade.

The phrase "white power" and a swastika were drawn with chalk in front of his home. The police termed the graffiti as "intimidating statements and symbols," but don't believe Orr or his family are in any immediate threat of physical harm. Orr has declined to comment on the situation. Bowling Green police consider it to be an isolated incident, and are currently trying to identify those responsible.

Orr was a star at Syracuse in the late 1970s, and played eight seasons in the NBA before beginning a career in coaching. He is 76-82 in his six seasons as the coach of the Falcons, and 176-162 between Bowling Green, Seton Hall, and Siena. His son, Chauncey, is a sophomore on the Bowling Green basketball team.

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