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Indiana hires Dayton’s Archie Miller

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Indiana Hoosiers have hired Archie Miller as their next head coach. The up-and-coming coach replaces Tom Crean.

Miller became the top target of the Hoosiers brass after Steve Alford turned down the opportunity early Saturday morning. He elected to stay the UCLA Bruins head coach instead of returning to his alma mater.

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Archie Miller (Getty Images)

He is receiving a seven-year deal. He leaves the Dayton Flyers to get the promotion of being a head coach for one of the most storied college basketball teams.

The 38-year-old was 139-63 in his tenure at Dayton.

This season, the Flyers were 24-8. They were the A-10 regular-season champion and lost to the Wichita State Shockers in the NCAA Tournament.

Miller had guided the Flyers to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances. During this time, the team has gone 102-36.

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