DII

DII Flagler College Finalists…

I have now heard from multiple sources that there are four finalists to replace Bo Clark at DII Flagler College (FL). The final group includes three DI assistant coaches, and a JC head coach. The finalists are: North Florida Associate Head Coach Bobby Kennen, Daytona State (FL) Head Coach Ryan Ridder, Valparaiso Special Assistant Chad

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Texas A&M Commerce Head Coach Sam Walker relinquishes basketball post; Remains in administrative role

Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dr. Ray M. Keck has named Sam Walker Executive Director of Alumni Engagement.  In this new role, Walker – a 1993 graduate of East Texas State University – will have direct influence in expanding alumni engagement, supporting chapter formulation, and facilitating strategic undergraduate recruiting initiatives in the vibrant North Texas region.

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Daily Dirt – 3/14/17

Working through a March blizzard. Here are a few things that I’ve heard while hoping the power doesn’t go out… The Cuonzo Martin to Illinois chatter is really starting to pick up. The current coach at Cal, Martin is a native of East St. Louis, IL (had to google that – I thought East St.

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Daily Dirt – 3/13/17

Some things that I’ve heard as we prepare for a March blizzard here in New England… Early “hot” name at Alabama A&M is current Columbus State (GA) head coach Robert Moore. He led CSU to a 20-10 record this past season and a spot in the NCAA DII tournament. Moore has won at least 20

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Daily Dirt – 3/10/17

Some Friday morning quick hitters… Heard some reports of former Rutgers head coach Mike Rice being involved at Quinnipiac. I’ve been told by a great source that it’s “fake news”… Before becoming the head coach at Missouri, Kim Anderson had won a National Championship at DII Central Missouri. Now that he’s a free agent, word

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Daily Dirt – 3/1/17

Here we go… It’s that time of the year again where the “dirt” gets rolling. With the small college season wrapping up, and teams getting bounced from low major and mid major conference tournaments in the next few days, I expect it to get busy fast. Here are a few things that I’ve heard to

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