With the postseason upon us, the 2022 men’s basketball coaching carousel is already moving at a steady pace. As of Wednesday morning, there are already 18 jobs that have changed, will change or had interim coaches who have been promoted to full-time.
In talking to various sources in the past week, it’s fair to expect at least another half-dozen power-conference jobs to open in the next week-plus. The SEC is expected to be the league with the most amount of change, with the potential for as many as six jobs to come open. (Though I’d be surprised if the number was higher than four.) The latest noise came out of Georgia where, on Tuesday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported (as CBS Sports previously also reported) that Tom Crean will not return as Georgia’s coach. The official decision has not been made, but sources told CBS Sports dating back to January that Crean’s firing is inevitable.
This story will serve as a continually updating home of all the latest as news comes in about who’s been hired, who’s been fired, retirements and more. It will be updated daily, sometimes multiple times in a day, so check back often.