Mike Krzyzewski ‘Resigns’ As Duke Basketball Coach After Next Season

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Coach K is retiring! Mike Krzyzewski, 74, will step down as Duke’s men’s basketball coach after next season, ending a four-decade Hall of Fame career

  • Duke Men’s Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski Reportedly Retired
  • Krzyzewski, a Hall of Famer, has five NCAA titles and a D-1 record of 1,170 wins
  • Associate head coach Jon Scheyer reportedly expected to succeed ‘Coach K’

Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, known to generations of fans and players as “Coach K,” has reportedly decided to retire after a Hall of Fame career that includes five national titles and an NCAA Division I record of 1,170 wins.

Jeff Goodman from the stadium was the first to report the news, which promises to shake up the college basketball world.

Duke’s associate head coach Jon Scheyer is expected to replace Krzyzewski, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Duke men's basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, known to generations of fans and players as

Duke men’s basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, known to generations of fans and players as “Coach K,” has reportedly decided to retire after a Hall of Fame career that includes five national titles and an NCAA Division I record of 1,170 wins

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