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DAILY DIRT: Sunday Edition – 3/29/20

A few quick things a we sit here watching The Sandlot for the 1000th time… Tarleton State (headed to the WAC next season) had Zoom interviews with 5 coaches on Friday. Depending on who you talk to, that is now down to either 2 or 3.  Former Kentucky head coach (and current Ranger JC head

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Daily Dirt – 3/26/20

A speed round of today’s Daily Dirt… I have heard from multiple sources that the search at IUPUI has been temporarily suspended. More as I hear it, but it sounds like Byron Rimm is still in place as the interim. Search had moved on to second round interviews. Obviously everyone out there reporting Minnesota assistant

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Daily Dirt – 3/24/20

Here are a few things that I’ve heard… Tarleton State officially opened yesterday (but had been in the works for a while – teased it last week here). As TSU leaves the Lone Star Conference and transitions to DI (headed to the WAC), a bunch of names have already come up here. The one I

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OFFICIAL: Collins tabbed as new head coach at Shaw

Shaw University Director of Athletics, Dr. Alfonza L. Carter has named Bobby Collins as the head men’s basketball coach Tuesday morning. Collins becomes the 16th head coach in Shaw men’s basketball history “We are delighted to have Bobby Collins as our Head Men’s Basketball Coach,” said Carter. “He brings with him a wealth of coaching

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DAILY DIRT Saturday Edition: 3/21/20

Not much difference between a weekday and a weekend at this point I guess. Here are a couple of updates on D2 searches… It sounds like the search at Shaw University (NC) has wrapped up. Dominique Stephens had served as the interim head coach here following the resignation of Joel Hopkins back in October. Word

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Daily Dirt – 3/20/20

Losing track of days already here at the HD World HQ. Here is what I believe to be Friday’s Daily Dirt… I keep hearing that Louisiana Monroe associate head coach Ryan Cross is in the mix to join Andy Kennedy at UAB. I’ve also heard Clemson director of recruiting Philip Pearson’s name mentioned here as

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