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Daily Dirt – 4/28/17

Some things that I’ve heard as we head in to the weekend… Sounds like some administrative changes at Nebraska…Director of Basketball Operations Teddy Owens has left the staff to become the head coach at Carrollwood Day School in Tampa. He had been the DBO for the past three seasons, and was a GA at Oklahoma

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Daily Dirt – 4/26/17

A few things I’ve heard… It sounds like interviews at Presbyterian will start tomorrow. I’ve heard that the first guy up will be current Blue Hose interim head coach John Reynolds. He has been at Presbyterian for the past four seasons, and assumed the interim title earlier this month when Gregg Nibert resigned. Word on

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Daily Dirt – 4/24/17

A few things to start the week… I can confirm that Southern Utah assistant coach Patrice Days is headed to Coastal Carolina. Before joining the SUU staff prior to last season, he was an assistant at Wright State. He has also been an assistant at Abilene Christian and a GA at Charlotte. It sounds like

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JUCO DIRT: Seward County CC (KS) Search Update…

The search to replace Byran Zollinger at Seward County CC (KS) is over, and the official announcement is expected as early as today. I have heard that the leader and expected choice here is Jason Sautter. The former Seward County assistant coach has also been the head coach at Western Texas and and assistant at

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Daily Dirt – 4/21/17

Finally back from balmy Quebec City. Here are a few things that I heard while watching nothing but hockey highlights on TSN…   Word on the street is that the search at Presbyterian is focusing on five candidates. Three names that I’ve heard are Charleston Southern associate head coach B.J. McKie, Wofford associate head coach

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JUCO DIRT: Potomac State Head Coach Justin Anderson Resigns

HoopDirt.com can confirm Potomac State College (WVa.) Head Coach Justin Anderson has resigned. In his five seasons at the college, Anderson compiled an overall record of 97-40. In 2014, he guided the program to the NJCAA DII Region 20 Championship, along with an NJCAA DII national tournament appearance.

NAIA DIRT: Peru State Head Coach Resigns

Following up on a tweet that I sent over the weekend… Peru State Head Basketball Coach Eric Behrens has resigned and will return to Omaha Central HS where his son plays. Behrens went 53-41 during his three seasons at Peru State and had spent 13 seasons at Omaha Central (283-58) before that. An official announcement

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