Gary Parrish is back with the Eye on College Basketball podcast. He's joined by Matt Norlander and Sam Vecenie. The three of them discuss the latest dismissal at Indiana, a Big East assistant leaving his job to become a math teacher, what really are the best three jobs in college basketball, and whether it's sexism, more than anything else, that'll prevent a men's coach from hiring a female as a full-time assistant.
The sophomore forward had a second off-the-court issue inside of a year. And Indiana officials just couldn't keep him without facing criticism that they're not doing enough to make their players understand they must be responsible.
Jordan Daniels, who has played at both Boston College and Drake, is still waiting to hear if the NCAA will give him another year of eligibility or actually count a couple of preseason scrimmages from three years ago as an entire year of eligibility.
According to coaches we spoke with, Providence's Kris Dunn is the player they'd rather have on their roster over any other. The 6-foot-4 point guard averaged 15.6 points, 7.5 assists and 5.5 rebounds last season.