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2013 Coaching Changes

Division I schools that changed head coaches in 2013

School Former coach New coach
American Jeff Jones Michael Brennan
Ball State Billy Taylor James Whitford
Buffalo Reggie Witherspoon Bobby Hurley
Butler Brad Stevens Brandon Miller
Cal State Fullerton Andy Newman Dedrique Taylor
Cal State Northridge Bobby Braswell Reggie Theus
Campbell Robbie Laing Kevin McGeehan
Central Arkansas Corliss Williamson Clarence Finley (interim)
Chattanooga John Shulman Will Wade
Drake Mark Phelps Ray Giacoletti
Fairleigh Dickinson Greg Vetrone Greg Herenda
Florida Gulf Coast Andy Enfield Joe Dooley
Florida International Richard Pitino Anthony Evans
Furman Jeff Jackson Niko Medved
Gardner-Webb Chris Holtmann Tim Craft
Georgia Southern Charlton Young Mark Byington
Grand Canyon Russ Pennell Dan Majerle
Hofstra Mo Cassara Joe Mihalich
Jackson State Tevester Anderson Wayne Brent
Lipscomb Scott Sanderson Casey Alexander
Longwood Mike Gillian Jayson Gee
Loyola (Md.) Jimmy Patsos G.G. Smith
Marist Chuck Martin Jeff Bower
Minnesota Tubby Smith Richard Pitino
New Mexico Steve Alford Craig Neal
Niagara Joe Mihalich Chris Casey
Norfolk State Anthony Evans Robert Jones (interim)
Northwestern Bill Carmody Chris Collins
Old Dominion Jim Corrigan Jeff Jones
Pacific Bob Thomason Ron Verlin
Rutgers Mike Rice Eddie Jordan
Sacred Heart Dave Bike Anthony Latina
Saint Louis Jim Crews Jim Crews*
San Jose State George Nessman Dave Wojcik
Siena Mitch Buonaguro Jimmy Patsos
South Alabama Jeff Price Matthew Graves
South Carolina State Tim Carter Murray Garvin (interim)
Stephen F. Austin Danny Kaspar Brad Underwood
Stetson Casey Alexander Corey Williams
Texas-Pan American Ryan Marks Dan Hipsher
Texas State Doug Davalos Danny Kaspar
Texas Tech Chris Walker Tubby Smith
Troy Don Maestri Phil Cunningham
UCLA Ben Howland Steve Alford
UMass-Lowell Greg Herenda Pat Duquette
UMBC Aki Thomas Aki Thomas*
UMKC Matt Brown Kareem Richardson
UNC-Asheville Eddie Biedenbach Nicholas McDevitt
USC Bob Cantu Andy Enfield

* – had interim label removed

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College Basketball Tonight

We hope you enjoyed COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT during the 2016 NCAA Tournament. COLLEGE BASKETBALL TONIGHT is a comprehensive look at the NCAA Tournament hosted by veteran college basketball broadcaster Ted Sarandis, along with co-hosts Mike Jarvis and Terry O'Connor, both former Division I coaches. It also included many great guests, including Hoopville's own Phil Kasiecki.

The show aired on AM 710 WOR in New York City on Sunday evenings starting with Selection Sunday and running through the NCAA Tournament.

Here are links to the shows:

March 13, 2016 - First hour | Second hour

March 20, 2016 - First hour | Second hour

March 27, 2016 - First hour | Second hour

April 3, 2016 - First hour | Second hour

Everybody Needs a Head Coach

Former college basketball coach Mike Jarvis has a new book out, Everybody Needs a Head Coach.

"As you read this book, I hope that Coach Jarvis' experiences inspire you to find your purpose in life."
-Patrick Ewing, NBA Hall of Fame center

"Mike Jarvis' is one of my special friends. I am so pleased that he has taken the time to write this fabulous book."
-Mike Krzyzewski, Five-time NCAA championship head coach, Duke Blue Devils

"In reading this book, I can see that Mike hasn't lost his edge or his purpose. Readers should take a look at what he has to say."
-Jim Calhoun, Three-time NCAA champion, UConn Men's basketball

Review on Hoopville coming soon!

Hoopville Podcasts

Talking Hoops With Ted Sarandis – February 22, 2017

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Talking Hoops With Ted Sarandis – February 17, 2017

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In our latest podcast, we start with coaching news in the ACC, then go to a few recent games. A surging Big East team and an amazing rally in the Big 12 lead the discussion after that.

Talking Hoops With Ted Sarandis – February 8, 2017

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In our latest podcast, we look at a marathon game from Tuesday night, which came just days after a wild Saturday. Then we have more on the SEC and Big 12, before one of Saturday’s big games leads us into talk about smaller conferences and television coverage.

Talking Hoops With Ted Sarandis – February 3, 2017

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In our latest podcast, we look at the week two national title contenders had, as well as a surprise at the top of the Big Ten and a legendary coach returning. Along the way, we also look at a couple of bigger picture items.

Talking Hoops With Ted Sarandis – January 26, 2017

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In our latest podcast, we look at a wild week in college basketball that was highlighted by Tuesday night. We also talk about who will likely be the top team in the polls and look ahead to the weekend, which features one last flurry of non-conference games.

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2015 Boston Back to School Showcase recap

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