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    How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Hoiberg being offered by Minnesota got me thinking, how often has an Iowa State head coach actually left the program after success for a different college program. From what I have so far it's a lot different than the football list would be where multiple coaches have left for greener pastures. I personally think it's kind of interesting to see where they all ended up.

    Clyde Williams (1907-1911)- retired from coaching, served as AD
    Homar Hubbard (1911-1915)- retired?
    H.H. Walters (1915-1919)-
    R.N. Berryman (1919-1920)-
    Maury Kent (1920-1921)- baseball coach at Northwestern
    Bill Chandler (1921-1928)- Forced out/fired?, coached at Marquette
    Louis Menze (1928-1947)- Retired from coaching, served as AD
    Clay Sutherland (1947-1954)-
    Bill Strannigan (1954-1959)- Left for Wyoming
    Glen Anderson (1959-1971)- retired
    Maury John (1971-1974)- Passed away after a battle with cancer
    Ken Trickey (1974-1976)- Forced out? Ended up coaching at the high school level before returning to college ball.
    Lynn Nance (1976-1980)- forced out/fired?
    Johnny Orr (1980-1994)- Retired
    Tim Floyd (1994-1998)- Chicago Bulls, Now the Head Coach at UTEP
    Larry Eustachy (1998-2003)- forced out/fired, Now the Head Coach at Colorado State
    Wayne Morgan (2003-2006)- fired, sold cable for a while and is now an assistant at Hofstra
    Greg McDermott (2006-2010)- Left for Creighton after little success
    Fred Hoiberg (2010-?)


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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    Hoiberg being offered by Minnesota got me thinking, how often has an Iowa State head coach actually left the program after success for a different college program. From what I have so far it's a lot different than the football list would be where multiple coaches have left for greener pastures. I personally think it's kind of interesting to see where they all ended up.

    Clyde Williams (1907-1911)- retired from coaching, served as AD
    Homar Hubbard (1911-1915)- retired?
    H.H. Walters (1915-1919)-
    R.N. Berryman (1919-1920)-
    Maury Kent (1920-1921)- baseball coach at Northwestern
    Bill Chandler (1921-1928)- Forced out/fired?, coached at Marquette
    Louis Menze (1928-1947)-
    Clay Sutherland (1947-1954)-
    Bill Strannigan (1954-1959)-
    Glen Anderson (1959-1971)-
    Maury John (1971-1974)- Passed away after a battle with cancer
    Ken Trickey (1974-1976)- Forced out? Ended up coaching at the high school level before returning to college ball.
    Lynn Nance (1976-1980)- forced out/fired?
    Johnny Orr (1980-1994)- Retired
    Tim Floyd (1994-1998)- Chicago Bulls, Now the Head Coach at UTEP
    Larry Eustachy (1998-2003)- forced out/fired, Now the Head Coach at Colorado State
    Wayne Morgan (2003-2006)- fired, sold cable for a while and is now an assistant at Hofstra
    Greg McDermott (2006-2010)- Left for Creighton after little success
    Fred Hoiberg (2010-2030)retired from coaching after 2 national titles an 5 final fours, served as AD and most badass coach of all time
    FIFY



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Why do you only have him winning two national titles?



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    "Science is a wonderful thing if one does not have to earn one's living at it." -- Albert Einstein

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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    20 years, 5 final 4's and 2 NC.....Ye of little faith.



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    Hoiberg being offered by Minnesota got me thinking, how often has an Iowa State head coach actually left the program after success for a different college program. From what I have so far it's a lot different than the football list would be where multiple coaches have left for greener pastures. I personally think it's kind of interesting to see where they all ended up.

    Clyde Williams (1907-1911)- retired from coaching, served as AD
    Homar Hubbard (1911-1915)- retired?
    H.H. Walters (1915-1919)-
    R.N. Berryman (1919-1920)-
    Maury Kent (1920-1921)- baseball coach at Northwestern
    Bill Chandler (1921-1928)- Forced out/fired?, coached at Marquette
    Louis Menze (1928-1947)- Retired from coaching, served as AD
    Clay Sutherland (1947-1954)-
    Bill Strannigan (1954-1959)- Left for Wyoming
    Glen Anderson (1959-1971)- retired
    Maury John (1971-1974)- Passed away after a battle with cancer
    Ken Trickey (1974-1976)- Forced out? Ended up coaching at the high school level before returning to college ball.
    Lynn Nance (1976-1980)- forced out/fired?
    Johnny Orr (1980-1994)- Retired
    Tim Floyd (1994-1998)- Chicago Bulls, Now the Head Coach at UTEP
    Larry Eustachy (1998-2003)- forced out/fired, Now the Head Coach at Colorado State
    Wayne Morgan (2003-2006)- fired, sold cable for a while and is now an assistant at Hofstra
    Greg McDermott (2006-2010)- Left for Creighton after little success
    Fred Hoiberg (2010-2045) - After 2 NCAA appearances in his first 3 years of coaching, Hoiberg went on to win 32 consecutive national championships, never losing a single game during that time span, before retiring and accepting his election as President of the United States under the newly formed Dreamy Party, of which over 99%* of America is now a registered member.

    *Remaining <1% Hawkeye fans. There are still two of them somewhere.
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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    I love the description for Wayne Morgan. As if he got fired and took a job installing cable for Mediacom or something.



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Drive4cy View Post
    I love the description for Wayne Morgan. As if he got fired and took a job installing cable for Mediacom or something.
    I can't stop laughing about this either! (...think I woke my family up)
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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    Why do you only have him winning two national titles?
    So, you predict he will retire at age 50?



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    I was under the distinct impression that Johnny was encouraged to retire.



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Luth4Cy View Post
    Why do you only have him winning two national titles?
    Because in the five final four games, we lost each game on a last second, hale-mary, mid-court three point shot by the opponent's third stringer or an official's blown charging call. After all we are Iowa State and some things don't change!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I was under the distinct impression that Johnny was encouraged to retire.
    Possibly, most of my research was from wiki so most of what I had was very broad unless I was sure otherwise.



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Wayne was selling satellite NOT cable! And we know, after millions of CF threads, that satellite > cable.



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    Re: How has each MBB coach left Iowa State

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I was under the distinct impression that Johnny was encouraged to retire.
    I don't remember that at all...


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