Kevin Stallings has been named the head coach of the University of Pittsburgh men’s basketball program as announced by Pitt Athletic Director Scott Barnes Sunday afternoon. “Coach Stallings and I share the same vision for Pitt — playing in the Final Four,” said Barnes. “Kevin has a successful track record recruiting the ACC footprint and
A quick Easter Edition of the Daily Dirt… Kevin Stallings to Pitt is the hottest rumor out there right now. I’ve heard from a lot of Pitt fans since this one first broke last evening…and they are all upset. Not sure exactly why. Stallings has won 332 games over the past 17 seasons at Vanderbilt,
Arizona head coach Sean Miller has “tweeted” that he is not interested in the recently vacated coaching job at his alma mater Pitt:
TCU director of intercollegiate athletics Chris Del Conte has announced the hiring of Jamie Dixon as head men’s basketball coach. Dixon, a 2007 TCU Hall of Fame Inductee, becomes the 22nd head coach in the history of the Horned Frogs men’s basketball program. He returns to his alma mater after serving 13 seasons as head coach at
CBSSports.com’s Jon Rothstein is reporting the Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon is headed to TCU. Dixon, a 1987 TCU alum, has been at Pitt for the past 13 seasons where he has gone 328-123. It sounds like the official announcement could come as early as this afternoon. More on this developing story as we hear it.
HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish University of Pittsburgh head coach Jamie Dixon announced the addition of Ontario Lett and Steve Frankoski as graduate managers on the men’s basketball staff Friday. Lett and Frankoski will assist the coaching staff in developing game strategies, breaking down game film and planning practices. “Ontario and Steve will be