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Daily Dirt – 8/22/16

Finally back from 10 days on the beach – catching up on a bunch of things… Utah State will hire Spencer Nelson to replace Chris Jones as an assistant coach. Nelson is a Utah State alum who scored over 1,200 points in his career for the Aggies. He also played overseas after graduation from 2005-15.

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Daily Dirt – 3/16/16

Going to be another busy day today.  Here are somethings that I’ve heard over the past 24 hours… I can confirm that Providence associate head coach Andre LaFleur has had “extended conversations” with athletic directors from Central Connecticut State and the University of San Francisco.  LaFleur joined Ed Cooley’s staff back in 2011 after a

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OFFICIAL: Norm Parrish to Westminster (UT)

Thanks to great sources who got HoopDirt.com out in front of this one last night…Westminster College director of athletics announced today that Norm Parrish has been hired to lead the Griffin men’s basketball program. Parrish will come to Westminster after a stint as an assistant coach at the University of Hawaii and four seasons as

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Daily Dirt II – 4/21/15

DDII from North of the Border… BYU DBO Cody Fueger will head to Utah Valley as an assistant.  He is following new head coach Mark Pope, who just took over at UVU and was an assistant at BYU last season. Fueger had been at Utah since 2013, and has also worked as the DBO at Utah State, UC

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Daily Dirt – 4/9/15

Still kicking the bugs out of the new site.  Seems like we’re all good now!  Here are a bunch of things that I’ve heard… I can confirm that New Mexico assistant Drew Adams is departing to join Brian Wardle’s new staff at Bradley.  Adams had been at New Mexico for the past four seasons, and

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Utah Announces Contract Extension for Larry Krystkowiak

Utah men’s basketball coach Larry Krystkowiak has signed a contract extension through the 2022-23 season worth $2.4 million a year, Utah director of athletics Dr. Chris Hill announced today. “Our men’s basketball program has made tremendous strides these past four seasons under Coach Krystkowiak,” said Hill. “The success of a program starts with its head

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