There was a Pac-12 coaching shakeup Wednesday, with Cuonzo Martin leaving Cal to take the head coaching position at Missouri, and Washington firing Lorenzo Romar after 15 seasons.
That leaves Arizona’s Sean Miller as the longest-tenured coach in the Pac-12. He flirted with the Maryland job after the 2011 season, and then vowed to avoid being “that guy” who is looking at coaching opportunities every spring.
So, Miller’s eight seasons are the most for any coach in the league; here is a look at all 12 head coaching positions in the Pac-12.
|Sean Miller||Arizona||April 6, 2009||8||218-65|
|Tad Boyle||Colorado||April 19, 2010||7||149-94|
|Dana Altman||Oregon||April 24, 2010||7||183-69|
|Larry Krystkowiak||Utah||April 3, 2011||6||115-85|
|Steve Alford||UCLA||March 30, 2013||4||94-44|
|Andy Enfield||USC||April 1, 2013||4||68-63|
|Ernie Kent||Washington State||March 31, 2014||3||35-58|
|Wayne Tinkle||Oregon State||May 19, 2014||3||41-54|
|Bobby Hurley||Arizona State||April 9, 2015||2||30-35|
|Jerod Haase||Stanford||March 25, 2016||1||14-17|