College basketball coaching changes 2022 tracker, carousel: 13 power-conference jobs filled in 2022’s cycle


IN — Jon Scheyer | OUT — Mike Krzyzewski
After 42 years, Coach K is walking away once Duke’s season ends. He will leave a massive void in college basketball: 13 Final Fours, five national championships and 1,202 wins. He leaves with a case as the greatest college hoops coach in the sport’s history. At 34, Scheyer is by far be the youngest head coach in a power conference. He’s different from K in many ways. Duke steps into a new era with a great collection of talent incoming, but the unknown of not having K. The last time this was the case, the year was 1980.2

IN — Todd Golden | OUT — Mike White
Golden brought San Francisco to the NCAAs this year, marking the program’s first run to the Big Dance since 1998. He went 57-36 in three seasons as the head coach at USF. Golden has prior experience in the SEC; he was on Bruce Pearl’s staff for two seasons at Auburn from 2014-16. At 36, Golden is the second-youngest power-conference head coach to Scheyer, once Scheyer officially gets that title at Duke.3


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