Charleston close to naming coach

Updated: August 18, 2014, 2:42 PM ET
By Andy Katz and Jeff Goodman | ESPN.com

The College of Charleston is expected to have a coach to replace the fired Doug Wojcik by the end of the week after concluding six interviews by Tuesday, multiple sources told ESPN.

Sources have said throughout the past few weeks that former Charleston player Anthony Johnson remains a leader for the position. Other candidates include former Charlotte coach Bobby Lutz, now an assistant to Mark Gottfried at NC State; UConn assistant and former George Washington head coach Karl Hobbs; Virginia ...

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