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Daily Dirt – 8/6/19

A bunch of things that I’ve heard… Following up on something that I TWEETED earlier this morning…former Portland assistant Bob Cantu has landed at Kansas. He will serve in a non-coaching role as an advisor on Bill Self’s staff. He was at Portland from 2016 until this past spring, spent three seasons assistant at UTEP,

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OFFICIAL: Smith Named Head Basketball Coach at Cal Poly

John Smith, who most recently helped Cal State Fullerton to three successive postseason appearances as the team’s associate head coach, was named head coach of the Cal Poly men’s basketball program on Thursday afternoon. The announcement was made during a press conference by university President Jeffrey D. Armstrong and Director of Athletics Don Oberhelman inside

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Cal Poly Search Update II….

Following up on my Cal Poly search update from Monday… There have been at least five interviews held in Las Vegas so far for the vacant job at Cal Poly. The names that I’ve heard are: Gus Argenal (assistant coach Nevada), Tarvish Felton (assistant coach Fresno State), and Danny Yoshikawa (assistant coach St. Mary’s). I

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Cal Poly Search Update

The search to replace Joe Callero at Cal Poly is moving at warp speed. Callero, who officially resigned on March 6th, coached the last two games of the season for the Mustangs, wrapping up a 6-23 (2-14 Big West) season on Saturday. Callero will reportedly be paid a $137,000 buy out for the one year

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Daily Dirt – 4/30/18

A few things to start the week… Portland State assistant coach Kahil Fennell has joined Chris Mack’s new staff at Louisville as the Director of Basketball Operations. Fennell was the associate head coach at Texas-Permian Basin for two years before joining the Portland State staff prior to last season. An official announcement is expected shortly.

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Daily Dirt – 8/5/16

Some things that I’ve heard… I have heard that Ryan Price will be joining that staff at Southern University as the Director of Player Development and special assistant. Price, the son of Lamar University head coach Tic Price, served as an assistant at Prairie View A&M in 2014-15, and was an assistant at Southern before

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