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ESPN's Pete Thamel joined College GameDay on Saturday and discussed candidates for the Louisville job.

According to Thamel, one of those candidates is Arkansas head coach Eric Musselman. Per SDS:


During ESPN’s “College GameDay,” Pete Thamel touched on the vacancies at Michigan, Ohio State and Louisville. He expects FAU’s Dusty May to be a figure in play at every school, but Musselman was also brought up when it comes to the Cardinals.

“I really think Dusty May is going to have really profound decisions to make when Florida Atlantic is out of the NCAA Tournament. Louisville, from there, is going to be really interesting,” said Thamel. “Does a name like Eric Musselman come up? His buyout is only $1 million after this season.”

Musselman has been at Arkansas since the start of the 2019-20 season. He has gone 111-59 overall but is coming off the worst season of his tenure with the Razorbacks.
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