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    ESPN - Guide to the 2024 men's college basketball coaching hot seat

    The coaching carousel has regained its usual pace since the COVID-impacted cycle of 2020, when fewer than 30 coaching changes were made. There were 57 job changes in 2021, 60 in 2022 and 61 last year. We're currently at six openings, with another two or three that have interim coaches at the helm.

    To get you prepared for the next two months of coaching machinations and the accompanying rumors -- of which there will be many -- let's take a look at the biggest jobs, names and storylines to watch on the 2024 men's college basketball carousel.
    Tony Stubblefield was fired by DePaul / Replaced by Chris Holtmann
    Chris Holtmann was fired by Ohio State / Jake Diebler
    Jared Grasso was fired by Bryant / Replaced by Phil Martelli, Jr
    Barclay Radebaugh resigned from Charleston Southern / Saah Nimley
    Cliff Ellis retired from Coastal Carolina / Replaced by Justin Gray
    Jay Young was fired by Fairfield / Replaced by Chris Casey
    Bob Huggins was fired by West Virginia / Replaced by Darian DeVries
    Jeff Jones is retiring from Old Dominion / Replaced by Mike Jones
    Leonard Perry was fired from Pacific / Replaced by Dave Smart
    John Smith will be fired by Cal Poly / Replaced by Mike DeGeorge
    Anthony Boone was fired by Central Arkansas / Replaced by John Shulman
    Lorenzo Romar was fired by Pepperdine / Replaced by Ed Shilling
    Matt Crenshaw was fired by IUPUI / Replaced by Paul Corsaro
    Mike Davis was fired by Detroit Mercy / Replaced by Mark Montgomery
    Edward Joyner Jr was fired by Hampton / Replaced by Ivan Thomas
    Ron Cottrell was fired by Houston Christian / Replaced by Craig Doty
    Tavaras Hardy was fired by Loyola Maryland / Replaced by Josh Loeffler
    Greg Gary was fired by Mercer / Replaced by Ryan Ridder
    Dana Ford was fired by Missouri State / Replaced by Cuonzo Martin
    Bryan Mullins was fired by Southern Illionis / Replaced by Scott Nagy
    Luke Yaklich was fired by UIC / Replaced by Rob Ehsan
    Mike Hopkins was fired by Washington / Replaced by Danny Sprinkle
    Justin Gray left Western Carolina / Replaced by Tim Craft
    Dane Fischer was fired by William & Mary / Replaced by Brian Earl
    Kenny Payne was fired by Louisville / Replaced by Pat Kelsey
    Dan Monson was fired by Long Beach State / Replaced by Chris Acker
    Reggie Witherspoon was fired by Canisius / Replaced by Jim Christian
    Keith Dambrot is retiring from Duquesne / Replaced by Dru Joyce III
    Justin Hutson was fired by Fresno State / Replaced by Vance Walberg
    Tim Craft left Gardner-Webb / Replaced by Jeremy Luther
    Mike Boynton was fired by Oklahoma State / Replaced by Steve Lutz
    Scott Pera was fired by Rice / Replaced by Rob Lanier
    Travis Ford was fired by Saint Louis / Replaced by Josh Schertz
    Jerod Haase was fired by Stanford / Replaced by Kyle Smith
    Ryan Ridder left UT Martin / Replaced by Jeremy Shulman
    Steve Henson was fired by UTSA / Replaced by Austin Claunch
    Juwan Howard was fired by Michigan / Replaced by Dusty May
    Jerry Stackhouse was fired by Vanderbilt / Replaced by Mark Byington
    Robert McCullum was fired by Florida A&M / Replaced by Patrick Crarey
    Carmen Maciarello was fired by Siena / Replaced by Gerry McNamara
    Matt Figger was fired by UTRGV / Replaced by Kahil Fennell
    Brian Earl left Cornell / Replaced by Jon Jaques
    Darian DeVriees left Drake / Replaced by Ben McCollum
    Dusty May left Florida Atlantic / Replaced by John Jakus
    Rob Lanier fired by Southern Methodist / Replaced by Andy Enfield
    Kyle Smith left Washington State / Replaced by David Riley
    Dave Dickerson fired by USC Upstate / Replaced by Marty Richter
    Danny Sprinkle has left Utah State / Replaced by Jerrod Calhoun
    Mark Byington has left James Madison / Replaced by Preston Spradlin
    Dan D'Antoni was fired by Marshall / Replaced by Cornelius Jackson
    Pat Kelsey leaves College of Charleston / Replaced by Chris Mack
    Andy Enfield has left USC / Replaced by Eric Musselman
    Scott Nagy left Wright State / Replaced by Clint Sargent
    Preston Spradlin left Morehead State / Replaced by Jonathan Mattox
    Jerrod Calhoun left Youngstown State / Replaced by Ethan Faulkner
    Steve Lutz left Western Kentucky / Replaced by Hank Plona
    David Riley left Eastern Washington / Replaced by Dan Monson
    Eric Musselman left Arkansas / Replaced by John Calipari
    Josh Schertz left Indiana State / Replaced by Matthew Graves
    John Calipari left Kentucky / Replaced by Mark Pope
    Dan Engelstad left Mount St. Mary's / Replaced by Donnie Lind
    Mark Pope left BYU / Replaced by Kevin Young
    Gerald Gillion left Chicago State / Replaced by Scott Spinelli
    Scott Slessinger left New Orleans / Replaced by Stacy Hollowell
    Jeff Linder left Wyoming / Replaced by Sundance Wicks
    Sundance Wicks left Green Bay / Replaced by Doug Gottlieb
    Jason Crafton fired by Maryland-Eastern Shore / Replaced by Cleo Hill, Jr.
    David Patrick left Sacramento State / Interim Michael Czepil


    This list will grow for sure. Seems to be an average of around 60 changes per year. (68) Jobs open (0)

    The interim coaches will mostly be replaced by real hires after the season.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by SubGod22 View Post
    ESPN - Guide to the 2024 men's college basketball coaching hot seat



    Tony Stubblefield was fired by DePaul / Matt Brady (INTERIM)
    Chris Holtmann was fired by Ohio State / Jake Diebler (INTERIM)
    Bryant fired Jared Grasso / Replaced by Phil Martelli, Jr
    Charleston Southern fired Barclay Radebaugh / Saah Nimley (INTERIM)
    Coastal Carolina fired Cliff Ellis / Benny Moss (INTERIM)
    Fairfield fired Jay Young / Chris Casey (INTERIM)
    West Virginia fired Bob Huggins / Josh Eilert (INTERIM)





    This list will grow for sure. Seems to be an average of around 60 changes per year.

    The interim coaches will mostly be replaced by real hires after the season.
    Not that it matters but Cliff Ellis retired, as opposed to getting fired.

    78-65

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    • #3
      Originally posted by WuShock16 View Post

      Not that it matters but Cliff Ellis retired, as opposed to getting fired.
      I meant to go back and double check these as I thought one of the openings was for that reason, but couldn't remember who off the top of my head. And then I didn't.
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      RIP Guy Always A Shocker
      Carpenter Place - A blessing to many young girls/women
      ICT S.O.S - Great local cause fighting against human trafficking
      Wartick Insurance Agency - Saved me money with more coverage.
      Save Shocker Sports - A rallying cry

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      • #4
        Barclay Radebaugh stepped down mid-season similar to Mark
        Turgeon (mutually agreed to part ways).

        I have a pretty good story involving him.
        78-65

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        • #5
          Originally posted by WuShock16 View Post
          Barclay Radebaugh stepped down mid-season similar to Mark
          Turgeon (mutually agreed to part ways).

          I have a pretty good story involving him.
          You big tease!

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          • #6
            Charleston Southern removed the interim tag from Nimley
            Infinity Art Glass - Fantastic local artist and Shocker fan
            RIP Guy Always A Shocker
            Carpenter Place - A blessing to many young girls/women
            ICT S.O.S - Great local cause fighting against human trafficking
            Wartick Insurance Agency - Saved me money with more coverage.
            Save Shocker Sports - A rallying cry

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            • #7
              The Missouri Valley is down three coaches with the terminations of Dana Ford (SWOMO), Bryan Mullins (SIU) and Luke Yaklich (UIC)
              Infinity Art Glass - Fantastic local artist and Shocker fan
              RIP Guy Always A Shocker
              Carpenter Place - A blessing to many young girls/women
              ICT S.O.S - Great local cause fighting against human trafficking
              Wartick Insurance Agency - Saved me money with more coverage.
              Save Shocker Sports - A rallying cry

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              • #8
                Rumors seem to indicate that Porter Moser is going to take the DePaul job.

                Ben McCollum may be in line for Missouri State.
                Infinity Art Glass - Fantastic local artist and Shocker fan
                RIP Guy Always A Shocker
                Carpenter Place - A blessing to many young girls/women
                ICT S.O.S - Great local cause fighting against human trafficking
                Wartick Insurance Agency - Saved me money with more coverage.
                Save Shocker Sports - A rallying cry

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                • #9
                  Starting this for any interesting coaching Carousel talk



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                  • #10
                    From the Paul Mills thread

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                    • #11
                      Not directly related to us, but a couple of days ago SIU canned Bryan Mullins after he exceeded expectations.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by RoyalShock View Post
                        Not directly related to us, but a couple of days ago SIU canned Bryan Mullins after he exceeded expectations.
                        Agreed! Kind of tough firing a former great player who has had only 1 losing season in conference or overall, in 5 years.

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                        • #13
                          Dana Ford is out at SWOMO.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by shocktown View Post
                            Dana Ford is out at SWOMO.
                            Can't say I'm sad about it.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by shocktown View Post
                              Dana Ford is out at SWOMO.
                              Swomo is the poster child of coaching carousel
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