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Archie Miller is out at Indiana after four seasons that ended with zero NCAA Tournament appearances, zero wins over Purdue, and a 67-58 overall record.

Archie Miller Out at Indiana

Archie Miller is no longer the head men’s basketball coach at Indiana.

On Monday, the program announced the coach’s ousting after four seasons at the helm in Bloomington. Archie Miller went 67-58 overall and 33-44 in Big Ten contests during his tenure with zero NCAA Tournament appearances (though Indiana’s inclusion in 2020 would have been possible had the tournament been played). He also failed to beat Indiana’s arch rival Purdue in seven tries.

Archie Miller was tabbed as Indiana’s next head coach in 2017 when the Hoosiers hired him from Dayton.

Miller’s contract forced the school to pay him $10.3 million to buy him out of the deal, which Indiana came up with through the help of boosters.

“In the days following the completion of our season in the Big Ten men’s basketball tournament, I have spent a great deal of time evaluating our recruiting, student-athlete development, leadership development and playing philosophy and strategy,” Indiana Vice President and Director of Athletics Scott Dolson said in a release.

“Indiana Basketball has a long, rich history of success that dates back generations,” he continued. “Our five national championships and 22 Big Ten titles makes us one of the most accomplished programs in college basketball history. I have high expectations for our program, and we have not competed at a level within the conference or nationally that I believe we should.”

Indiana ended the 2020-21 campaign with a 12-15 (7-12) and lost six-straight games to close the season, with a 61-50 defeat to Rutgers in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament finishing off the team’s season.

Now for some other news from across the sport this week:

Nothing But News: March 9-15, 2021

Jeff Goodman of Stadium reported that Minnesota is letting go of head men’s basketball coach Richard Pitino, ending his eight seasons with the Gophers.

Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports reported DePaul has fired head men’s basketball coach Dave Leitao after six seasons.

Per Rothstein, Boston College has hired Charleston’s Earl Grant as its next head men’s basketball coach to replace Jim Christian, who was fired in February.

Jeff Borzello of ESPN reported Penn State has chosen Purdue assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry to take over as its next head men’s basketball coach.

The Men’s NCAA Tournament bracket was revealed in the first Selection Sunday since 2019. One of the main headlines from the unveiling was Louisville’s exclusive from the field.

The Women’s NCAA Tournament bracket will be released tonight as part of Selection Monday, with the tournament set to start Sunday.

Maya Moore confirmed she will not play in the WNBA in 2021.

The WNBA debuted a logo, basketball and uniforms as part of its “Count It” campaign in celebration of the league’s 25th season in 2021.

Get Caught Up on NBN Content

Here’s a recap of some of our content from the last week:

Bubble Watch 2021: Locks, Should Be, Over, On & Bursting – FINAL

In the middle of the week, we released the final Bubble Watch of 2021, breaking down what every team close to the cutline needed to do to secure its bid in the final days of the season. Look back to see if the teams did what they needed to do, now knowing who is dancing and who is making NIT plans.

Selection Sunday s about a month away. That means its time to start the Bubble Watch 2021 series, explaining where each team stands relative to the cutline.

Bracketology 2021: The Final Bracket

We released five brackets in the final week of the season leading up to Selection Sunday, culminating with the final bracket prediction an hour before the Selection Show began. Take a look at how we did compared to the real thing.

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