March Madness doesn’t bring happiness to everyone. Trent Johnson is one of those people. Rather than enjoying the preparation for the 2016 NCAA Tournament, Johnson will begin his search for a new job.
Late Sunday night, the TCU Horned Frogs announced that Johnson has been fired.
There were two years remaining on his deal.
In his four years with the Horned Frogs, Trent Johnson compiled a record of 50-79. If that record doesn’t look bad enough, Johnson mustered up only four wins inside of the Big 12 conference. That just isn’t going to get it done.
Before joining TCU, Johnson held jobs at Nevada, Stanford and LSU as a head coach.
Those tenures were slightly more successful, but that did not carry over to his tenure in Fort Worth.
Now, the Horned Frogs must look for a replacement head coach and Trent Johnson begins his search for a new gig. We’d have to guess that TCU will find their next head coach before Johnson is back on the bench.
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