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Summers added to Mizzou Basketball Staff

University of Missouri men’s basketball added a top frontcourt coach to its staff as Whitten Family Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dennis Gates announced the addition of Rob Summers as an assistant coach to the Tigers program. A 7-foot graduate of West Virginia who played two seasons under John Beilein after starting his career at Penn State, Summers will work

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REPORT: Vandy to hire JMU’s Byington

According to multiple reports, including one from Jeff Borzello, Vanderbilt will hire James Madison’s Mark Byington as their new head basketball coach. He would replace Jerry Stackhouse who was fired earlier this month. Byington led JMU to a 32-4 (15-3) record this season and captured the Sun Belt Conference Championship. The Dukes advanced to the

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Beard inks new contract at Ole Miss

After guiding the Rebel basketball team to its first 20-win season in five years, Ole Miss and head coach Chris Beard will continue their upward trajectory and have agreed on a new contract, it was announced Wednesday by Vice Chancellor for Intercollegiate Athletics Keith Carter.  “The future of Ole Miss Basketball could not be brighter

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Alabama’s Oats reprimanded by SEC

Alabama men’s basketball head coach Nate Oats has been issued a public reprimand by the Southeastern Conference for making physical contact with an opposing team’s student-athlete during Alabama’s game against Missouri Tuesday night, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced. “Nate Oats’ actions were unacceptable and violated the expectations for conduct and sportsmanship as established by the

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Arkansas Basketball Staff Update

Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman announced a restructuring of the Razorback basketball staff to reflect new NCAA rules that went into effect this past July. Under the new legislation, basketball now allows five assistant coaches for on-court instruction during practices and games. With that, Todd Lee, Michael Musselman and Ronnie Brewer will join Keith Smart

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Barnes extended through 2027-28 at Tennessee

Following a run to the Sweet Sixteen in 2023, Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics Danny White announced that he has extended Tennessee basketball head coach Rick Barnes‘ contract through the 2027-28 season. Tennessee’s fortunes on the hardwood have never looked brighter, as Barnes, the most decorated and accomplished head coach in school history, has led the Volunteers to new heights

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Andrzejek hired as Assistant Basketball Coach at Florida

Florida men’s basketball has hired assistant coach John Andrzejek, head coach Todd Golden announced on Thursday. “We are elated to have John join our staff here in Gainesville,” Golden said. “He is an extremely bright and motivated coach who will work tirelessly to help us grow our program. He has great experience recruiting internationally, game planning and scouting opponents,

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Potts named Video Coordinator at Alabama

Alabama men’s basketball head coach Nate Oats announced the hiring of Ben Potts as video coordinator. Potts makes his way to Tuscaloosa with experience in college basketball and the NBA after most recently working for the Detroit Pistons. “We are excited to welcome Ben to our staff, Oats said. “He is coming highly recommended from the NBA.

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Williams, Gray, Dardarian join Vandy Basketball Staff

Vanderbilt men’s basketball head coach Jerry Stackhouse announced the hiring of three staff members: Donald Williams (director of player personnel), Thomas Gray (director of recruiting) and Dan Dardarian (assistant director of basketball operations).  The three veterans of the coaching industry have a wealth of experience at all levels of basketball.  Donald Williams – Director of

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