Or better?Montana State has parted way with head coach Brian Fish. In his 5 seasons in Bozeman, he finished no higher than 6th in the Big Sky.
This moves comes just a month after Fish's daughter died at the age of 29 from undisclosed causes. While I can get Montana State having to make a move, the timing on this couldn't be worse.
Classic corporate move: (1) get busted for problem; (2) clear out the people responsible for the problem; (3) investigate the problem; (4) report that investigation showed no one responsible for the problem; (5) profit.Get out of Dodge or Lawrence before the hammer comes down.
If he leaves, it isn't to avoid a hammer. It's Kansas. The NCAA isn't doing anything to them. If he leaves, it is because he's at an age where, if he's going to try the NBA, it has to be soon and because he's trying to generally avoid recruiting and its headaches.Get out of Dodge or Lawrence before the hammer comes down.
I am not sure why he would go from Oregon to Nebraska regardless of his friendship with the NU AD. It seems like Oregon has many more advantages.
There was an article in our paper about this today. I didn't know he was born in Lincoln and his kid plays for Izzo. The article also says he has said he would prefer another NBA job.Hoiberg to Nebraska is picking up steam. Reports are they have had advanced discussions and Miles has not yet been fired, which is odd.