It's now Day 2 of the Boston College coaching search, and there's been some slight update from yesterday.
What we do now know:
-SI's Pablo Torre, a Harvard alum, said via Twitter that he has "very reliable" information that Boston College has not contacted Harvard's Athletic Director about Coach Amaker as of this morning, though that did not rule out it's happening in the future. Torre added that he had "less reliable" information that Boston College was also looking at Duke assistant coach Steve Wojciechowski.
-Jeff Goodman writes on Twitter that Foxsports.com confirms that Cornell's Steve Donahue was interviewed today about the job. Goodman adds that sources close to the situation say that Boston College will interview Richmond's Chris Mooney tomorrow. The Greenwich Time, meanwhile, reported that Fairfield's Ed Cooley was also interviewed for the job today.
-Speculation continues thatNortheastern's Billy Coen is in the mix as well for the job, though WRBB, Northeastern Student Radio, reports that Northeastern is currently working on a contract extension for Coen, with Northeastern's AD calling him their coach for the foreseeable future.
-The Boston Globe reports that this looks to be only the beginning of the process. Gene DeFilippo was quoted as saying, "I think this is a very important hire, and if it takes us a while to find the right person, so be it,’’ he said. “We’ll take as much time as we need." The Globe also cites sources saying that Boston College will wait a few days to see if the unexpected opening brings any candidates from major conferences. DeFilippo is expected to spend the next few days paring down his list.
-DeFilippo also told WEEI this morning that he has spoken to three coaches so far, and that he still has two ADs left to contact.
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