Wikipedia Switches Scott Drew to Being Indiana Head Coach
The Baylor Bears are getting ready for the NCAA Tournament this week as a No. 1 seed for the first time in program history.
Meantime, the Indiana Hoosiers fired head coach Archie Miller this week after another disappointing season. Miller went 67-58 in four seasons and didn’t lead the Hoosiers to any NCAA tournament appearances. He spent six seasons as Dayton’s coach before joining Indiana, going 139-63 with four NCAA tournament appearances.
Already, some Big 12 names are being talked about, including Baylor head coach Scott Drew.
Well one person seemed to take this into their own hands and change Wikipedia to list Scott Drew as the Indiana head coach.
Obviously this was inaccurate and it was changed back, but at Heartland College Sports, we don’t miss a beat and snagged this screenshot beforehand.
However, I would keep a close eye on Scott Drew’s name continuing to come up for the Indiana job. However with how long and how loyal he’s been to Baylor, and the University’s ability to fork over big money for its athletic department, I don’t see Scott Drew going anywhere.
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