University of Alabama Director of Athletics Greg Byrne announced Thursday that head men’s basketball Nate Oats and the University have agreed to a raise and contract extension. The new agreement will extend his current contract by three seasons to six years and keep him in charge of the Crimson Tide basketball program through March 14, 2027.
If you’ve been watching the SEC lately, though, you know one thing is as certain as the taxes you’ll soon have to file: Alabama is going to shoot an absolute ton of threes.
Today’s daily news & notes from around the college basketball coaching world… The Big Ten Conference issued an institutional fine of $10,000 and a public reprimand of Penn State University men’s basketball interim head coach Jim Ferry for violating its Sportsmanship Policy. The violation is a result Coach Ferry’s postgame actions following the Penn State
News and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Will Wade will not be on the sidelines today when LSU takes on Sam Houston State because of COVID-19 and contact tracing issues. Assistant Coach Bill Armstrong will lead the Tigers in Wade’s absence. More HERE. Alabama’s Nate Oats issued an apology to Duke’s Mike
Alabama Men’s Basketball – Teaching with Terminology Prior to making the move to Tuscaloosa to become the new men’s basketball coach at Alabama, Nate Oats had several very successful teams at the University of Buffalo. In his final season with Bulls, Oats lead an experienced roster to one of the best seasons in program history,
University of Alabama Director of Athletics Greg Byrne announced on Wednesday that Nate Oats has been named head coach of the Crimson Tide men’s basketball program. Oats, who was named the 2018 and 2019 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Coach of the Year and is one of 11 finalists for the 2019 Werner Ladder Naismith Men’s College
The University at Buffalo and men’s basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed to a new five-year contract through the 2024 season, Director of Athletics Mark Alnutt announced today. The new contract makes Oats the highest paid coach in the Mid-American Conference with an annual salary of $837,000 which includes a base salary of $612,000 and
The University at Buffalo and men’s basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed to a new five-year contract, Interim Director of Athletics Kathy Twist announced today. The contract runs through the 2023 season. Oats has led the Bulls to one of its best seasons in program history, with a 24-8 overall record and a No. 1
Buffalo head men’s basketball coach Nate Oats has announced the addition of former NBA player and coach Lindsey Hunter to the staff as assistant coach. Hunter spent 17 years in the NBA as a player and another two years as a coach in the league, including as interim head coach of the Phoenix Suns. “We
The University at Buffalo and head men’s basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed on a new five-year contract, Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced on Wednesday. The new deal will keep Oats on the UB sidelines through the 2020-21 season. “Nate’s first year at the helm was an overwhelming success. The efforts of he and
First-year head coach Nate Oats has announced the addition of Adam Bauman as Director of Basketball Operations, finalizing his staff for the upcoming season. Bauman comes to UB after spending the last three years as Video Coordinator at Mississippi State. The Pontiac, Ill., native oversaw all video coordination for men’s basketball at Mississippi State, while
New men’s basketball coach Nate Oats has announced his coaching staff, with the additions of Jim Whitesell, Donyell Marshall, and Bryan Hodgson, bringing in a trio of experienced coaches with qualifications that include Division I head coaching experience and NBA playing experience. Jim Whitesell joins the staff as Associate Head Coach. Whitesell most recently spent