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Ex-Nevada signee Trey Wade going to Arkansas to play for Eric Musselman

Trey Wade, who signed to play for the Nevada basketball team in April, will end up playing for a former Wolf Pack coach instead. The Wichita State transfer announced on Twitter on Tuesday he was headed to Arkansas, which is led by ex-Nevada head coach Eric Musselman. Wade committed to the Wolf Pack two months ago, officially signing his scholarship paperwork April 22, before asking out of the commitment. Nevada released Wade on May 10 after he said he wanted to be closer to his home in Georgia due to the health of his grandfather.
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Arkansas’ Road Woes Are No More Under Eric Musselman

Arkansas’ Road Woes Are No More Under Eric Musselman. It’s no secret what Eric Musselman has built in just 2 seasons at Arkansas. 20 wins in year 1 with roster crafted with Musselman-patented transfers and Mike Anderson recruits. Barring an injury to Isaiah Joe, that team would have definitely made the NCAA Tournament field.
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Ex-Nevada assistant Gus Argenal joins old boss Eric Musselman at Arkansas

Former Nevada assistant coach Gus Argenal has joined the staff of his ex-boss, Eric Musselman, at Arkansas. Argenal, who was named a Razorbacks assistant coach Monday, takes the spot of Corey Williams, who left for Texas Tech last month. Argenal coached at Nevada from 2017-19 before spending the last two seasons as the associate head coach at Cal State Fullerton.
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Eric Musselman fully embracing life as college coach

Most lifers in the coaching business make several stops throughout their careers, and Eric Musselman is no exception. More than three decades with stops as an assistant and head coach in the NBA, CBA, USBL, D-League, China, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and multiple colleges has led him to his first Power Five job at Arkansas, and he couldn't be happier.
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Eric Musselman sends message to recruits considering Arkansas

Eric Musselman has had success on the recruiting trail since his arrival at Arkansas, and after putting together a remarkable season that culminated in an Elite Eight appearance and AP Top 10 ranking to finish the year, he now has another sales pitch to turn to when reeling in top talent to join the Razorbacks.
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Start the Eric Musselman to San Diego rumors

Eric Musselman had a good week, parlaying reported interest in the Arizona job into a five-year extension that’ll pay him $4 million dollars a year. It may also have been a good week for Musselman’s alma mater. Included in the updated contract was a provision that removes any buyout requirement after 2024, so long as Musselman takes over San Diego.
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Can Eric Musselman Become the Dave Van Horn of Basketball?

For years, Eric Musselman has been on a text message chain with buddies who go back to his playing days at the University of San Diego in the mid 1980s. In the last few weeks they had, apparently, essentially dared him to put a clause into his new contract paying homage to his alma mater.
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Arkansas, Eric Musselman Agree To Massive Contract Extension

Fresh off an Elite Eight appearance and 25-win season, Arkansas men’s basketball head coach Eric Musselman has secured a lucrative contract extension. Arkansas announced the news this afternoon. According to Nikki Chavanelle of HawgBeat.com, the new deal runs through the 2025-26 season and calls for an annual salary of $4 million, plus incentives.
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Eric Musselman signs new contract with Arkansas

Eric Musselman has signed a new contract that could keep the popular head coach at the helm of the Arkansas Razorbacks basketball program through the 2028 season. The new five-year agreement will run from May 1, 2021 to April 30, 2026 and includes the potential for a pair of one-year automatic agreement extensions based on Arkansas receiving bids to the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament within the timeframe of the agreement.