Reports: Chris Harriman to New Mexico

Nebraska assistant coach Chris Harriman is taking a job at New Mexico, according to various reports.

According to various reports, Nebraska assistant coach Chris Harriman will take a job at New Mexico. Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com first reported the news.

Harriman, who has spent the last three seasons at Nebraska, has been known as a strong recruiter - especially on the international scene.

A native of Australia, Harriman joined Miles after four seasons at St. Louis. He was directly responsible for recruiting guard Tai Webster and signee Jack McVeigh to letter of intents.

Chris is the father to Avery Harriman, who's battle with cancer has drawn many headlines over the years.


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