Archie Miller

Indiana Basketball Staff Update

Indiana University men’s basketball coach Archie Miller has announced promotions for two members of his staff and the addition of two graduate managers for the 2019-20 season Drew GladstoneTeam and Recruitment AnalystDrew Gladstone is in his third season with the Indiana men’s basketball program and first as a Team and Recruitment Analyst.  He joined the

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Archie Miller Announces Basketball Staff at Indiana

Indiana University men’s basketball coach Archie Miller has announced the addition of three assistant coaches, an Assistant Athletic Director for Basketball Administration and other support personnel to the program.  All totaled, the group boasts more than 80 years of experience, coached multiple NCAA Tournament games and worked with a number of players who have gone

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Archie Miller Named Head Basketball Coach at Indiana

Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced today that Archie Miller has been named the head men’s basketball coach for Indiana University. Widely regarded as one of the best young coaches in college basketball, Miller is a tireless recruiter of the Midwest, noted developer of talent, and a gifted tactician

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HOT: Dayton Announces Contract Contract Upgrade for Head Basketball Coach Archie Miller

University of Dayton Vice-President and Director of Athletics Neil Sullivan has announced the University has upgraded and extended the contract for head men’s basketball coach Archie Miller. Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but it includes increased compensation and extends Miller’s contract through 2023. The terms of the agreement reflect the basketball program’s national

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Poll Results: Florida Search

Yesterday, HoopDirt.com asked our readers who they thought would replace Billy Donovan as the next head coach at Florida.  A few hours after we posted the poll, Louisiana Tech head coach Michael White was hired, and we shut the voting.  Here are the results – looks like our readers had a pretty good handle on

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