Yet another college basketball job opened up when Cleveland State fired Dennis Felton on July 12. Felton, who previously was coach at Georgia and Western Kentucky, was dismissed after the Vikings went 22-44 in his two seasons.

Former Cleveland State player and broadcast analyst Pat Vuyanich will serve as a special assistant for the program until a permanent coach is hired, the school announced.

Felton's dismissal is just one of several moves that have extended the coaching carousel this season into the summer months.

The biggest ate move was when John Beilein left his decades-long career in college to take on the Cleveland Cavaliers' opportunity in the NBA. 

And with Beilein leaving, that opened up a top-20 gig in college basketball. Between Michigan and UCLA, it wound up being a pretty notable spring of change in college hoops. There were other big jobs that swapped -- Alabama, Arkansas, Cincinnati, St. John's and UNLV, among others -- but Michigan becoming vacant presented an interesting circumstance for one of the four proudest programs in the Big Ten.

As you know now, UM alum Juwan Howard was chosen to guide the Wolverines. Howard left his NBA assistant gig with the Miami Heat to take on college, returning to the game for the first time since he wore a Michigan uniform. Obviously, this meant a lot to him. We all saw just how much when he got emotional before even saying a word at his introductory press conference. 

Howard's hiring was not the final change among head-coaching decisions, believe it or not. Three more schools made moves even after the Howard addition. For Northern Arizona, Jack Murphy left his head spot to be an assistant at Arizona. That was a surprise. North Dakota took longer than any school this offseason to make its hiring of a head coach official: Paul Sather will step in there. At Holy Cross, Bill Carmody retired and Marquette assistant Brett Nelson was hired to take over. 

If you're wondering which coaches left and who was hired to replace them, this is your primer for all 59 jobs that had changeover in 2019.