Roughly a week after Tom Crean’s goofy ass was fired, Indiana has found a replacement to coach their men’s basketball team. It’s been reported that the Hoosiers are going with Archie Miller, who was formerly the coach of the Dayton Flyers.
Indiana hiring Dayton's Archie Miller, sources told ESPN.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) March 25, 2017
Miller has been signed to a seven-year deal, and even though his salary hasn’t been revealed yet, you can bet that he’s going to be raking in the dough. Indiana has one of the most storied basketball programs in the country, and they are sick and tired of wallowing in mediocrity.
The 38-year-old Miller had a very impressive run at Dayton, posting a 139-63 record overall and a 68-34 record in the Atlantic 10. Miller made the NCAA Tournament four times over his six years at Dayton, making trips in each of the last four seasons. He’s 5-4 in the NCAA Tournament, with his best run ending in the Elite Eight during the 2013-2014 season.