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Daily Dirt – 7/29/20

Some things that I’ve heard… It sounds like former UIC assistant Rod Clark is the leader for the vacant assistant spot at Austin Peay. Last season was Clark’s first at UIC after a stint at Sunrise Christian Academy. He was not retained at UIC after Steve McClain was released back in March. I have heard

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Daily Dirt – 7/27/20

A few quick things to kick-off the last week of July… I have heard that the search at NAIA Dickinson State (ND) is moving quickly, and that “virtual” interviews will take place this week. It sounds like they could already be down to four finalists in the search to replace Josh Vaughan who is joining

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Daily Dirt – 7/21/20

Catching-up on a bunch of things… I have heard that Mississippi State GA Tevin Baskin will be hired as an assistant at D2 St. Michael’s College (VT). Baskin, who played at Quinnipiac when current St. Mike’s head coach Eric Eaton was an assistant there, had been at MSU for the past two seasons. He also

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JUCO DIRT: Change made at Western Nebraska CC

Western Nebraska CC head men’s basketball coach Cody Fehringer has resigned effective immediately. Multiple sources have told me that he will wind up on a D1 staff with that announcement coming mid-week. The most likely landing spot seems to be on a staff in the Big Sky. Fehringer was 91-39 in his four seasons at

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Daily Dirt – 7/1/20

Two quick things from the D1 level to kick off July… I have heard that assistant Tobe Carberry and DBO Rey Crossman have both departed the basketball staff at Yale. Carberry had been on James Jones staff since 2017, and had also worked at LIU Brooklyn, Central Connecticut, and the University of New Haven. Crossman

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