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BREAKING: Darner out at Green Bay

According to a Tweet by Jeff Goodman, Linc Darner is out as the head basketball coach at Wisconsin Green Bay. Darner had been the head coach at Green Bay since 2015. During his tenure there, he went 92-80 (.535), including a 17-16 (11-7) record this past season. His best season came in 2015-16, when his

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Daily Dirt – 5/15/20

A few things to wrap-up the week… I have heard that the search at McCook CC (NE) has wrapped up. Of the five finalists, the name that I’ve heard here the most is Dakota Wesleyan associate head coach Jacob Brandl. The Nebraska native has been at DWU for the past eight seasons, and was at

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Daily Dirt – 5/13/20

A few things that I’ve heard… I have heard that Clarendon College (TX) head coach Isaac Fontenot-Amedee has become an assistant at Louisiana Monroe. Amedee had been at Clarendon since 2015, and was a HS coach in Louisiana before that. This past season he led Clarendon to a 29-3 record. His best player, Russell Harrison,

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SEC DIRT: Change made on Vanderbilt Basketball Staff

I can confirm through multiple sources that David Grace has moved on from his role as the associate head coach on Jerry Stackhouse’s staff at Vanderbilt. Grace, widely recognized as one of the best recruiters in college basketball, had spent just one season at Vandy. Before his time in Nashville, Grace had a long tenure

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Daily Dirt – 5/11/20

A few things to start off the week… Kenny Johnson is out as an assistant at LaSalle. The former Indiana, Louisville, and Towson assistant had been on the Explorers staff since 2018. Johnson helped run Team Takeover (DC) AAU before working at the college level. Jason Shay will add Turner Battle as an assistant and

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Daily Dirt – 5/7/20

It’s like groundhog day here at the HD HQ. Here are a few things that I’ve heard… Alabama State is still in the hunt for a new head coach. One name that I’ve now heard a few times that is Cal State Northridge assistant Mo Williams. The 13-year NBA vet, who played collegiately at Alabama,

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REPORT: Shay to be named head coach at ETSU

According to a report by Jon Rothstein, East Tennessee State will name Jason Shay as their new head basketball coach. He will replace his former boss Steve Forbes, who became the head coach at Wake Forest last week. Shay has been at ETSU since 2015, and has worked with Forbes at both Northwest Florida and

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