BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana University men’s basketball head coach Archie Miller has been fired.
The school made it official Monday afternoon.
“I have high expectations for our program, and we have not competed at a level within the conference or nationally that I believe we should,” said Athletics Director Scott Dolson.
IU went 12-15 this basketball season, ending with a loss to Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament last week. Fans were heard inside Lucas Oil Stadium chanting “Fire Archie” towards the end of the game.
Miller was hired as the head coach in Bloomington in 2017. In his four years at the helm, Miller’s teams went a combined 67-56, but 33-43 in the Big Ten Conference. Miller never beat rival Purdue, and never made it to the NCAA Tournament.
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