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Daily Dirt – 6/5/19

Today’s Dirt… I can confirm that Southeast Missouri associate head coach Adam Gordon has resigned and will focus on running Rising Coaches Elite on a full-time basis. Gordon had been at SEMO since 2015, and also worked in administrative roles at Mississippi State and Clemson. He and others co-founded RCE back in 2010. I have

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Daily Dirt – 6/4/19

A few things that I’ve heard… I can confirm that Brown University head coach Mike Martin will add Cooper Handelsman to his staff. Handelsman had most recently worked as the director of the Hoop Group Elite. Before that, he spent one season as the video coordinator at Lehigh. I can also confirm that Wagner head

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Daily Dirt – 6/3/19

Catching up on a bunch of things that I’ve heard… I have heard from a great source that Drew Gibson will be hired as an assistant at Navy. He would replace David Harris who left to become an assistant at Northern Kentucky. Gibson has been an assistant at DII Augusta University (GA) for the past

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DIII DIRT: Manhattanville opens

I can confirm that DIII Manhattanville College has opened as Pat Scanlon has resigned. The veteran head coach has accepted a teaching and coaching position an Greenwich Country Day School (CT). Scanlon had spent the past fifteen seasons as the head coach at his alma mater Manhattanville where he went 198-192, including an 11-14 mark

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Clemson Dirt…

Brad Brownell has two vacant spots on his staff at Clemson after contract of assistant coach Steve Smith was not renewed, and director of recruiting Lucas McKay became an assistant at UMKC. It sounds like he has found the replacement for both of those guys. I have heard from multiple sources that Quinnipiac assistant Anthony

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Michigan Dirt…

Following on something that I TWEETED at 4:00pm… The Phil Martelli to Michigan rumors are heating up. I’ve now heard from multiple sources that he could be named as the associate head coach on Juwan Howard’s staff as early as tomorrow.  Martelli was released as the head coach at St. Joe’s earlier this spring after

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REPORT: Idaho places Verlin on administrative leave

According to a report from the from the The Spokesman-Review, University of Idaho head basketball coach Don Verlin has been placed on paid administrative leave. This comes after the university received a consultants report which detailed three possible NCAA violations from within the men’s basketball program. From The Spokesman-Review, “Verlin’s administrative leave is initially for

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