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    Re: N.C. State in serious negotiations with Memphis' Calipari

    never mind, didn't realize this thread was dated
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    Thank you Walt and Bob for going for it in 2010-2014!

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    Re: N.C. State in serious negotiations with Memphis' Calipari

    never mind, didn't realize this thread was dated
    Thank you Walt and Bob for going for it in 2010-2014!

    Nov. 13, 2007: One of the greatest days in Reds history: John Allen gets the boot!

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    Re: N.C. State in serious negotiations with Memphis' Calipari

    http://www.wral.com/sports/8894779/detail.html

    Report: Lavin Offered Wolfpack Coaching Job
    Will Steve Lavin be N.C. State's next head basketball coach? According to one national publication, it could be heading in that direction.

    The Sporting News is reporting that the Wolfpack have offered the job to the former UCLA coach. The report says that Lavin is working on contract details and has not yet decided whether to accept the job.

    WRAL has not been able to confirm whether an offer has been made, and there is no comment yet from N.C. State’s athletic director Lee Fowler. WRAL does know that Lavin has expressed an interest in the job -- enough that he has gathered information about the Wolfpack players.

    Lavin knows about coaching with expectations. In seven seasons at UCLA, he only lost in double-digits three times, and during five of the seven years, the Bruins went to the Sweet 16. His final season was his worst at 10-19, and he was later fired.

    Lavin was 145-78 in seven seasons at UCLA. Since then, he has been a college basketball analyst for ESPN.


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