Brian Losness-USA TODAY Sports
John Feinstein: Sean Miller's Name Has Been Linked To The Pitt Job
As the NCAA Tournament opens up the search for a new Men's basketball head coach at Pitt is starting to heat up and names like Danny Hurley and Tom Crean are now being mentioned but John Feinstein, who joined Cook and Poni, said he is hearing Sean Miller's name as a candidate. "Does Pitt want him if he is considered damaged goods under these circumstances?
Jeff Hathhorn/ 93-7 The Fan
Cook and Poni: Sporting News Basketball Writer Mike DeCourcy Says Pitt Has To Get It Right This Time
Sporting News Basketball Insider Mike DeCourcy joined the Cook and Poni Show on Thursday to discuss the firing of Kevin Stallings as Pitt's men's Basketball Coach. DeCourcy says he was never a fan of the hire in the first place. He says the results were not good enough for a guy that had been in the business for as long as he has been.
As Pitt prepares for the opening of the ACC Tournament rumors are swirling that Head Coach Kevin Stallings could be bought out of his contract just minutes after Pitt's run is done. Former Head Coach and current CBS College Basketball Analyst Steve Lappas joined the Cook and Poni Show on Thursday to talk about Stallings and his future. Lappas said that Pitt is a proud program that had much success under Ben Howland and Jamie Dixon and admits that that could prompt a quick hook for Stallings.
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