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D1 Coaching Changes 7 months 2 weeks ago #275167

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Cal State Northridge has parted ways with former NBA player/coach Reggie Theus after five seasons, sources told ESPN.

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D1 Coaching Changes 7 months 2 weeks ago #275170

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Paultzman wrote: Per Goodman
Cal State Northridge has parted ways with former NBA player/coach Reggie Theus after five seasons, sources told ESPN.


My son goes to Northridge. I forgot they had a D1 basketball team.

The timing seemed odd but I just checked and the Big West only invites 8 of it's 9 teams to the conference tourney. CSUN was 9th.

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D1 Coaching Changes 7 months 2 weeks ago #275172

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Paultzman wrote: Per Goodman
Cal State Northridge has parted ways with former NBA player/coach Reggie Theus after five seasons, sources told ESPN.


My son goes to Northridge. I forgot they had a D1 basketball team.

The timing seemed odd but I just checked and the Big West only invites 8 of it's 9 teams to the conference tourney. CSUN was 9th.

That format is a recipe for firing at least one coach per year. Didn't Theus fail somewhere else?

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SOURCES: Memphis is seriously considering replacing Tubby Smith with Penny Hardaway, who is “actively preparing to be a college head coach” and already identifying possible staff members — among them Hall of Fame coach Larry Brow

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Paultzman wrote: Gary Parrish
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SOURCES: Memphis is seriously considering replacing Tubby Smith with Penny Hardaway, who is “actively preparing to be a college head coach” and already identifying possible staff members — among them Hall of Fame coach Larry Brow

Think you meant Larry brah. :)

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Paultzman wrote: Gary Parrish
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SOURCES: Memphis is seriously considering replacing Tubby Smith with Penny Hardaway, who is “actively preparing to be a college head coach” and already identifying possible staff members — among them Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown

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D1 Coaching Changes 7 months 2 weeks ago #275197

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Paultzman wrote: Gary Parrish
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SOURCES: Memphis is seriously considering replacing Tubby Smith with Penny Hardaway, who is “actively preparing to be a college head coach” and already identifying possible staff members — among them Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown


On Monday, Larry Brown agreed to be Penny Hardaway's assistant IF Penny were to get the job at Memphis. He resigned from that agreement on Tuesday. Reports say he may or may not have committed violations during those 48 hours.
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D1 Coaching Changes 7 months 2 weeks ago #275209

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bamafan wrote:

austour wrote:

Paultzman wrote: Per Goodman
Cal State Northridge has parted ways with former NBA player/coach Reggie Theus after five seasons, sources told ESPN.


My son goes to Northridge. I forgot they had a D1 basketball team.

The timing seemed odd but I just checked and the Big West only invites 8 of it's 9 teams to the conference tourney. CSUN was 9th.

That format is a recipe for firing at least one coach per year. Didn't Theus fail somewhere else?


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Theus did a great job at Deering High School where his first gig as a “coach”.
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austour wrote:

bamafan wrote:

austour wrote:

Paultzman wrote: Per Goodman
Cal State Northridge has parted ways with former NBA player/coach Reggie Theus after five seasons, sources told ESPN.


My son goes to Northridge. I forgot they had a D1 basketball team.

The timing seemed odd but I just checked and the Big West only invites 8 of it's 9 teams to the conference tourney. CSUN was 9th.

That format is a recipe for firing at least one coach per year. Didn't Theus fail somewhere else?


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His initial HC job -- two years at New Mexico State -- was successful (41-23, one NCAA appearance). He left to take the Kings job.
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