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College: March 14, 2006

Posted: Tuesday March 14, 2006 10:32AM; Updated: Tuesday March 14, 2006 10:32AM
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Bob Huggins has been rumored to be in line for a number of head coaching positions, including a potential opening at North Carolina State.
Bob Huggins has been rumored to be in line for a number of head coaching positions, including a potential opening at North Carolina State.
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There's a lot of talk along Tobacco Road that North Carolina State is ready to end the Herb Sendek Era and hire former Cincinnati coach Bob Huggins.
-- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The most intriguing name you hear for the Temple job is former Owls guard Rick Brunson, now with the Houston Rockets. A lot of influential Temple people would love to see this happen. They believe that of all of John Chaney's former players, Brunson has the drive, personality and smarts to be a successful Division I head coach.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer

Reports in the last week that Temple already had a narrow list of candidates to replace John Chaney were simply erroneous. Don't look for a new coach to be introduced next week. And don't look for Bob Huggins at all. The former Cincinnati coach realizes that his baggage might not be perfect here.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer

The timing of John Chaney's retirement announcement had more to do with a family medical situation that will keep Chaney from coaching tonight's NIT opening-round basketball game. Chaney doesn't know if he will coach if the Owls beat Akron tonight. But this was a long time coming.
-- Philadelphia Inquirer

Kelvin Sampson said a report in an Arizona newspaper that he had told friends he was ready to leave OU was false. "What's the strongest denial you can put in print and have it be credible?" he asked. "Print it."
-- Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Former Indiana University standout Randy Wittman would listen to his alma mater about its men's basketball coaching position if it contacts him, but he would prefer the focus remain on the current team as it prepares for the NCAA Tournament.
-- Indianapolis Star

Oregon men's basketball coach Ernie Kent and athletic director Bill Moos met Monday for the first of two season-ending evaluation sessions, but put off any announcement about Kent's future at Oregon until today.
-- The Oregonian

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