I realize that there have been a few other posts about Tommy Amaker's success at Harvard, but just noticed this piece indicating that he is a leading candidate for the Boston College job:
Obviously, moving from the Ivy League to the ACC would be a step up in facilities, income and potential recruiting. That said, my sense is that Tommy is in a good position at Harvard. Whatever he lacked as a floor coach here, his recruiting has made up for there. Anyway, while I know that worrying about an ex-coach's career choices isn't exactly the point of this blog (especially when we're all pretty pleased with the current coach), I have always thought Tommy was a good guy, did a decent, if not great, job here and thought that Harvard made a lot of sense for him. Coaches always seem to move to the higher league, bigger name etc. but I think this move could be a mistake and am curious if anyone has thoughts on that.