Rodney Terry served as the head coach of the UTEP basketball team for three full seasons. From 1945 to 1953, since Dale Water left the miners with a 0.345 ERA, he has won The worst overall win rate (.435).
Terry ended the game with a total of 37 victories and 48 losses, but he has not achieved double-digit victories in American conference games in three years.
After Rodney Terry left, the names of candidates who might replace him appeared on the deck, including some who had trained UTEP, and even some former players on the Flintstones team.
Various sources indicate that UTEP Sports Director Jim Senter wants to hire a coach who will stay with the miners for several seasons instead of using it as a springboard.
At present, it is not known whether UTEP will rely on a recruitment company to appoint new coaches, but sources pointed out that some candidates who have known mining fans are interested in them. Four of them have the loudest names, Jerome Tang, Joe Golding, Chris Jans and Tony Barbee.
Tom (Tang) is the assistant coach of the Baylor Bears, Scott Drew. He won the national championship of my division college basketball game last Monday. He also won the NCAA championship on his resume. It should be First place among UTEP candidates.
Golding is the head coach of the Wildcats at Abilene Christian University, which eliminated the Texas Longhorns from the NCAA tournament this year. Golding made this former II team a contender and a promising team, with 20 or more victories in each of the past four seasons.
Jans is the coach of the New Mexico State University Aggies team. Before the 2020-21 season, they have won 88 games with the Las Cruces team in three full seasons.