College basketball is a sport where teams can look drastically different year to year.
Between the one-and-done players who move on to pursue a professional career and transfers, it can be hard to keep up with the new faces on a team.
Due to this, college basketball coaches are given more breathing room than their NBA counterparts when their teams struggle.
However, coaches, much like players, can sometimes outgrow their surroundings and be tempted to move on to bigger and better things. Other times, it's the school that wishes to find a new coach when progress is stalled.
Either way, head coaches in college are no different than any other coach in any other sport. They are all after the top prize: the championship. In order to reach this, it might mean leaving a school where they have built a reputation and special relationships with players.
Let's take a look at 10 coaches who may be searching for greener pastures next season.