BLOOMINGTON – According to a published report, Indiana may have found its man.
ESPN.com is reporting that IU is on the verge of coming to an agreement with Tom Crean to be its next basketball coach. ESPN is reporting that IU is waiting on a signed letter of agreement from the ninth-year Golden Eagles' coach and that a press conference could be held to announce the hiring as soon as Wednesday.
Crean is 190-96 in nine years at Marquette and has led the Big East school to the NCAA tourney five teams, including after each of the last three seasons.
Crean's most successful season came in 2003 when the Dwayne Wade-led squad advanced to the Final Four.
Report: Crean on Verge Of Becoming IU Coach
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