When Kenya Hunter was offered the job at Indiana, he knew it could mean moving with his family during a time when a virus is floating through the air. He knew it meant leaving UConn, a program he’s established himself at for the last two seasons. He knew it meant adjusting to a new system with new players. He knew that, in a normal world, most college basketball coaches would have already settled into a position when August rolled around on the calendar.
Hunter knew all of it. Yet, he still couldn’t pass up Archie Miller’s offer.
“You say that the stars align right?