Archie Miller will be packing his bags soonand making a short trip from Dayton, Ohio to Bloomington, Ind.
Miller has agreedto a seven-year deal in the range of $4 million per yeartobecome Indiana's next head coach, according to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski.ESPN's Jeff Goodman reportedMiller informed his Dayton players he will be heading to Indiana.
Indiana sent out a tweet from its official Twitter account Saturday afternoon confirming the hire.
Miller has been a hot commodity on the coaching market for years after leading the Flyers to the NCAA Tournament the last four seasons. The 38-year-old has a 139-63 record in his six years at Dayton.
The deal makes sense for both sides, particularly after other top candidates like Brad Stevens and Steve Alford made it clear they weren't leaving their current gigs for Indiana. Miller gets a high-profile job running one of college basketball's most storied programs, and the Hoosiers find a proven winner who is capable of taking them to the next level.