Vanderbilt men’s basketball Coach Kevin Stallings isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.
Stallings said on Wednesday morning that he would like to coach for seven more seasons at the very minimum, at which point the youngest of his three children would be graduating from high school at Brentwood Academy.
Stallings, 51, is in his 13th season at Vanderbilt and 19th season as a head coach. He recently became the first men’s coach to record seven 20-win seasons with the Commodores, eclipsing Roy Skinner’s mark of six.
“My wife keeps threatening me with having me do 50 percent of the paperwork in the house when I retire, so that will probably keep me coaching a few more years,” said Stallings, who has 380 career wins and a 257-157
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