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Notre Dame Head Coach Mike Brey says he plans to see out his contract

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After having a disappointing season cut short by the coronavirus we now know more about Notre Dame Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mike Brey’s plans for the future. The short of it is, he isn’t going anywhere. In an interview with BlueandGold.com Brey said that he has every intention on seeing out the end of his current contract with the university.

Back in 2018 Brey signed a three year extension that has him under contract until 2025. By the time his contract is up that would make him the longest tenured coach in the history Notre Dame’s men’s basketball program. He is already the winningest coach in program history. In the interview Brey said “I want to lead this program to a Final Four before I’m outta here”.

Read the full article from Blue and Gold here

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1 comment

Lizi March 27, 2020 at 11:29 am

That is a pity. That means ND MBB has no chance of going anywhere for the next several years.

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