Big news came out of Bloomington on Monday, when Indiana announced it has fired head basketball coach Archie Miller after four seasons.

Indiana ended the 2020-21 season with a 12-15 record, missing the NCAA Tournament and the NIT. In his four seasons as head coach Miller’s teams made just one postseason appearance, a 2019 trip to the NIT. Miller’s teams also never had a winning record in B1G play in four years.

At one time, IU seemed destined to earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament. The Hoosiers were sitting at 12-9 in mid-February and appeared to be in complete control of making the postseason. But Miller’s team collapsed down the stretch, losing its final six games to finish 12-15.

On Monday, athletic director Scott Dolson met with the media to talk about his decision to move on from Miller and begin a search for a new head coach. Here’s what he had to say: