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March 29, 2007 at 10:06 AM

Long Beach search goes on

There was some thought that Cameron Dollar might have found out by now whether he will be the new head coach at Long Beach State.
Instead, as Frank Burlison explains in this story, Long Beach’s seach goes on with the school’s athletic director headed to Atlanta and the Final Four. Dollar will be there, as well, so things could still happen rapidly.
From what I gather, there won’t be any decision-making on Dollar’s part should he be offered the job. This is regarded as a great place for a young coach such as Dollar to get his start.
ESPN’s Andy Katz, in his Daily Word column today, says that UCLA assistant Kerry Keating and former Gonzaga and Minnesota coach Dan Monson are the favorites, but also writes that Louisville assistant Marvin Menzies, who has a lot of West Coast experience, should also be in the mix. He didn’t mention Dollar.

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