Vandy coach Kevin Stallings has offer from Pitt, expected to accept
After losing Jamie Dixon to TCU less than a week ago, Pitt appears to be moving quickly to make its next coaching hire.
Pitt has offered its head coach vacancy to Vanderbilt's Kevin Stallings and he is expected to accept, multiple sources told CBS Sports on Saturday.
A source said that Stallings and Pitt spent several hours on Saturday working out contract details.
An announcement is expected as early as Monday barring a last minute snag in negotiations.
Stallings has been at Vanderbilt for 17 years and has an overall record of 332-220 with seven NCAA Tournament appearances during that span.
Pitt is looking to replace Jamie Dixon, who took the TCU job last Monday.
The Panthers finished 21-12 this past season and lost to Wisconsin in the first round of the tournament.
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