Martin Leaving Kansas State For South Carolina

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Kansas City, MO – Frank Martin is about to become head coach of the South Carolina Gamecocks.

That’s according to the Star, which on Monday quoted a source that confirmed a report in a Columbia, South Carolina paper revealing that Martin will be formally introduced on Tuesday.

In addition, The State reported that the university’s Board of Trustees will have a meeting scheduled for 10 a.m. (et) Tuesday in order to discuss and approve Martin’s new contract.

The 46-year-old Martin completed his fifth season at Kansas State, having led the Wildcats to three consecutive NCAA Tournament berths. This past season, K- State finished 22-11 overall (10-8 in the Big 12), topping Southern Miss before bowing out to Syracuse in the tourney.

Martin compiled a 117-54 mark, with a 50-32 in-conference record since 2007.

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2 Comments for “Martin Leaving Kansas State For South Carolina”

  1. KState blew it for themselves and the Big 12 conf. Frank simply wanted to get away from the Athletic director. FIre John Currie!

    • maybe it’s time for the ole’ hothead to move on down the road-if poor frank couldn’t get along with his boss time to go to the last placed team in the sec i guess-i think we should bring lon kurger back-or maybe bill synder could coach both sports

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