We've touched on the big names in new spots, so now it's time to run down all the rest of the coaching changes in college hoops.
What coaching jobs are open? Who was fired, and who are the potential candidates? Who has been hired, and did the athletic director make the right move? You've got questions, and we've got answers as we track this year's college basketball coaching carousel.
Danny Kaspar is headed from Stephen F. Austin to Texas State. Considered one of the best coaches in the country, Kaspar will join a program that will enter the Sun Belt next season.
Texas State has made a coaching change. The Bobcats have decided to fire Doug Davalos after seven years at the helm.
San Jose State's George Nessman leads the coaches on the hot seat in the WAC.
We're not going to make you wait until the end of the slate of games to catch up with all that's happened. Here's a rundown of the teams making statements so far on Saturday.
So who's gone where? Why? What does it mean? Who benefits and who suffers? I'm laying it out for you here, just as conference play gets underway and these programs begin playing in new sheds on the road, fledgling rivalries just out of the box, still smelling like plastic. Try your best to not be confused; try your worst to get as frustrated as possible.
There aren't any marquee matchups on Monday, but finals week is over and we have a full week of competitive hoops!

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