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Jerry Stackhouse listed among 5 college basketball coaches on the hot seat entering March


If this season stays on its current trajectory, seems destined to win fewer than five conference games for the third time in his five-year tenure at Vanderbilt. Any good will he built with a 22-win season a year ago has evaporated, so it seems as though the Commodores could be in the market for a new head coach sooner rather than later. (Rivals.com)

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Jerry Stackhouse listed among 5 college basketball coaches on the hot seat entering March


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