Dayton coach Archie Miller is heading to IN, both programs announced Saturday.
IU has reportedly agreed to a seven-year contract with Dayton head coach Archie Miller, per The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski. "The more I learned about him, the more convinced I became that he is the coach we need to meet our high expectations for many years to come".
Dayton released a statement on Saturday afternoon, thanking Miller for his past six years with the program.
Miller leaves Dayton with a 139-63 overall record, and a 68-34 conference record.
This story will be updated. Tom Crean led the Indiana Hoosiers to four of the past six NCAA tournaments. "He has made a lasting impact on the student-athletes he has served". After graduating from State, he was a graduate assistant for the Wolfpack, and stayed on as an assistant with Sendek when he accepted the Arizona State job in 2006. However, Matta remains in Columbus, and he felt as though in was too good of a job to pass up.
Dayton said it would begin its search for a new coach immediately.
"We appreciate Archie's contributions in strengthening our program and returning it to national visibility, and we wish Archie and Morgan well".
A native of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, Miller played high school basketball for his father, John, at Blackhawk High before going on to play point guard at North Carolina State from 1998 to 2002. But Miller knows both his personal and teams' ceiling is higher now - and that's what was worth waiting for.
Here's a look at some of the big-name coaches on the move in college basketball. Sean, Archie and Lisa Miller all played Division I basketball.