The rest of the story sounds painfully familiar as well:
"He let a fanbase frustrated by a lack of deep NCAA Tournament runs forget that simply being relevant and making the NCAA Tournament nearly every year isn't to be taken for granted, and rather than publicly back his coach Barnes made it easier for Dixon to leave. What Barnes should've done is explain to Pitt fans that he'd love to be in the Final Four just like everybody else, but that moving on from one of the nation's best coaches in pursuit of that would be dumb and counter-productive."
Remind you of any basketball coaching situation you might have heard about or am I getting too old for this?
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