Miller’s teams have won back-to-back Atlantic 10 Championships and have reached four straight NCAA Tournaments for the first time in the history of Dayton men’s basketball, including a trip to the Elite Eight in 2014. The Flyers have more than 24 games each of the last four seasons, and Miller is the current Atlantic 10 and NABC District Coach of the Year. In 2015, he was a finalist for the Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year Award. “I am honored to be the head coach at Indiana University,” said Miller. “IU is one of the greatest basketball programs and academic institutions in the country and I cannot wait to get started. With peerless fan support, outstanding facilities and tradition, a beautiful campus, and located in one of the most fertile recruiting areas in the country, IU is a dream destination for me and my family. I cannot wait to connect with former players, current players, and future players and all of Hoosier Nation. I want to thank all of the great people and players at the University of Dayton who have supported me along the way. I look forward to outlining my vision for IU basketball and offering my sincerest appreciation for the great people at Dayton on Monday.” UCLA coach and former IU star Steve Alford told ESPN on Friday night that he was “100 percent” not taking the Indiana job. Two Indiana recruits, Clifton Moore and Al Durham, have requested their releases but were told the school wanted them to speak with the new coach before deciding. Moore’s father, Cliff Moore, said Indiana can re-recruit his son, a 6-foot-10 forward, after the coaching change. Indiana fired former coach Tom Crean on the first day of the NCAA Tournament.