A look at current Division I basketball coaching tenures, from 1 to 351
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Not many college basketball coaches stick around long in a job anymore. Jim Boeheim (37 seasons) and Mike Krzyzewski (33 seasons) have worked a combined 70 years at their current schools. That's as many seasons (full or partial) as the last 101 coaches on the tenure list put together. And now, the promised list, from 1 (Boeheim) to 351 (Stetson's Corey Williams, at least for a little while but probably not for long).
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