For the past 19 seasons, they’ve been side by side, head coach and assistant, through 18 NCAA tournaments, six Big Ten championships, and five Finals Fours. They’ve seen a thing or two together. They know where MSU basketball has been, pre-late 1990s, where it’s been since, and why it’s gotten there and, largely, remained among the premier programs in the country. Their next chapters, however, they’ll do separately. It’s a big moment for both of them.
Source: Lansing State Journal