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Multiple sources report that Vanderbilt is parting ways with head coach Jerry Stackhouse after five seasons in Nashville.

Stackhouse signed an extension before last season and finished 22-15 with a trip to the NIT quarterfinals in 2023.

Vanderbilt went 9-23 overall this season, and Stackhouse finished with a 72-90 record in his five seasons with the Commodores.

The terms of Stackhouse's buyout details are not available because Vanderbilt is a private institution, but they are believed to be north of $15 million.

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CanebreakCajun1 month
I'm surprised he didn't do better. Didn't expect a juggernaut. But I thought he attack more of the high iq (actual iq) players.
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