Report: Archie Miller out as Indiana's head coach
Indiana has reportedly parted ways with head basketball Archie Miller. Stadium’s Jeff Goodman reported the news on Monday morning. IU is the first B1G program to make a change at head coach this offseason.
Miller was the head coach at Indiana for four seasons and compiled a career record of 67-56 while in Bloomington. The Hoosiers never made the NCAA Tournament during his time with the program.
The season came to an end for IU following a loss to Rutgers in the B1G Tournament. Indiana ended the year 12-15 with a 7-12 record in the B1G. Miller never had a record above .500 in conference play.
BREAKING: Indiana has parted ways with Archie Miller, sources told @Stadium.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) March 15, 2021
Indiana was sitting at 12-9 at one point during the regular season but lost its final six games to see its NCAA Tournament hopes fly out the window. Now, the Hoosiers will be looking to find a replacement.
Miller’s buyout is reportedly $10 million.