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Texas Tech women’s basketball coach Kristy Curry has accepted the coaching job at Alabama, the Avalanche-Journal learned Saturday.
Curry, 46, interviewed with the Crimson Tide earlier this week.
Moments after the A-J’s initial story was posted online, Tech athletic director Kirby Hocutt released a statement addressing the situation.
“Earlier this morning, I met with Coach Curry and she informed me that she would be resigning from Texas Tech in order to take the head coaching position at the University of Alabama,” Hocutt’s statement read. “A national search for her replacement is underway and the immediate interest in the job has been tremendous.
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Wish her well, Hudson set the bar very low. We only have one way to go.
Phenomenal record at Purdue. I was hoping Madonna would get a shot but how can you argue with hiring a coach who has taken a team to the National Championship Game. Bill Battle wants a championship caliber program in all sports -- baseball should be next.
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