Sampson replaces Davis at Indiana
Oklahoma's Kelvin Sampson is leaving the school to become the next head coach at Indiana, and the school has scheduled a 4 p.m. ET news conference to announce it.
Stephen Backer, a former Indiana trustee, said Sampson was en route to Bloomington Wednesday afternoon for the news conference, according to the Associated Press.
Sampson told OU athletic director Joe Castiglione of his plans and met with the Sooner team Tuesday afternoon.
Sampson replaces Mike Davis, who took ...
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Education: Bachelor's degree in health/physical education and political science from Pembroke State .
Professional experience: Coached collegiately at Oklahoma, Washington State, Montana Tech. For USA basketball, led 2004 USA World Championship for Young Men Qualifying Team to a gold medal; assistant coach for 2002 U.S. World Basketball Championship team; coached 1995 U.S. Junior National Team; assistant coach for 1994 Goodwill Games team.