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Friday / May 14.
  • Indiana parts ways with head coach Archie Miller

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    By JACOB POLACHECK

    Indiana has officially parted ways with Archie Miller, per Jeff Goodman of Stadium.

    Miller finishes his four-year career at Indiana with a 67-58 overall record and a 33-44 record in Big Ten play.

    Indiana failed to make an NCAA Tournament appearance during Miller’s tenure at Indiana.

    Miller, 42, was hired from Dayton after the 2016 season.

    During his time at Dayton from 2011-17, Miller went 139-63 overall with a 68-34 conference record.

    He led the Flyers to four NCAA Tournament appearances and two regular-season championships in the A-10. 

    Photo: Indiana Athletics

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