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.

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.