In less than five weeks since the college basketball season closed in Indianapolis, the Southeastern Conference has witnessed head coaching changes at four of the league's 14 programs.
Alabama, Florida, Mississippi State and Tennessee are all undergoing transformations.
Avery Johnson is in for Anthony Grant in Tuscaloosa. Michael White was just announced Thursday as the successor to Billy Donovan at Florida. Former UCLA coach Ben Howland is off and running in Starkville. And Rick Barnes is the new head man in charge on Rocky Top.
How have these moves impacted LSU basketball already? And what will the new hires mean to the Tigers' program in the future?
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Impact of SEC Coaching Carousel on LSU
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