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Al Walker 'resigns' at Bing

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Wow, second place finish last year and then "reassigned" after this year. Tough business.


Would I be too optimistic to think this takes Bing out of the picture for hosting the tourney next year? Still a lot of great place to eat in Boston that I haven't gotten to yet.

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The short list of candidates to replace Al Walker...from the Binghamton press


Here are some names of potential candidates to keep an eye on. The list is in no particular order.


* King Rice


He led Binghamton High School to back-to-back state championships in the mid-1980s, then started at point guard for North Carolina's Final Four team in 1991. Rice is in his first season as an assistant coach at Vanderbilt, which has been in and out of the national Top-25 this season.


* Tom Herrion


Herrion coached the College of Charleston for four seasons, going 80-38 before being let go by the school after last season. He has done TV commentary this past season, giving color commentary for America East TV games

* Randy Dunton


Dunton served as an assistant coach for two seasons under Walker before becoming Liberty's head coach in 2002. He guided the Flames to the NCAA Tournament in 2004. That was his only winning season, and he went 66-85 in five seasons.


* Brian Beaury


Beaury has been the coach at Division II College of St. Rose since 1986. He entered the season with 445 career victories. Over the last 11 seasons, his teams have averaged 23 victories, and the have gone to the Division II postseason nine times in 15 seasons. He also defeated the Bearcats in exhibition games in two of the past three seasons.

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