March 11, 2014
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Ernie Kent will stay on as Oregon's men's basketball coach after a disappointing 8-23 season.
The school also announced on Wednesday that it hired former Arizona assistant Mike Dunlap as associate head coach.
There had been speculation about Kent's future after the Ducks had the second-most losses in team history and went 2-16 in the Pac-10.
Kent, an Oregon alum, has coached the Ducks for 12 seasons. Oregon has gone 219-157 under Kent, making him the Ducks' winningest coach.
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