Found April 21, 2014 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
In an impromptu press conference called last week to announce former Tennessee basketball coach Cuonzo Martin was taking the California-Berkley job, athletic director Dave Hart admitted that the Volunteers were late in the hiring process. With the Final Four already passed and the signing period closing fast, time was of the essence. "We will move as quickly as we can, as quickly as we reasonably can to get a replacement on board. To what the timetable is, is often times difficult to nail down," Hart said last Tuesday. "But we will immediately get in now to that search process." Six days later, the search is over. According to multiple reports, Southern Miss head coach Donnie Tyndall has been hired as the Tennessee Volunteers' next head basketball coach. Tyndall is riding two 25-plus win seasons in Hattiesburg (including 29 wins in 2014, though the Golden Eagles missed the NCAA Tournament) where he built upon the success of Colorado State coach Larry Eustachy...
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