Originally written on Bush League Chronicle  |  Last updated 11/19/14
Florida Gulf Coast's Andy Enfield may be the most popular head college basketball coach in the country right now.One week ago, few people outside of the school could honestly say that they knew who he was. Now, the nation is being regaled with stories about Enfield's life, including how he landed his supermodel wife, thanks to his team's improbable run to the Sweet 16.But could Enfield already have one foot out the door if a bigger program comes calling and offering more cash?According to Gossip Extra, Enfield has quietly put up his house for sale. The 3,400-square-foot-home was bought by the Enfield's back in 2011, the time at which Enfield took over as head coach of the Eagles, for $750,000. Now, it appears the couple is willing to take a significant loss on the property, as its currently listed for $675,000.Does this mean Enfield is on the verge of ditching the school he has helped bring to the national spotlight in recent days? Or, could he simply be anticipating a massive increase in pay from FGCU, which would allow the second-year coach to purchase a more expensive property in the area?Time will tell, I guess, but it should be noted that public records show he has yet to buy another home around Ft. Myers.

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