Which New Coaches Will Have Most Success in 2013-14 NCAA Basketball Season?

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Which New Coaches Will Have Most Success in 2013-14 NCAA Basketball Season?
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Richard Pitino created some movement in the annual coaching carousal by leaving Florida International for Minnesota.

Coaching change is a big part of college basketball, but in recent years, we've seen less movement when it comes to the best mid-major coaches jumping to the top programs.

Guys like Shaka Smart and Brad Stevens stayed put. It took the NBA calling to get Stevens to leave Butler. 

With coaches like Smart staying put, there are fewer good situations to inherit each year, but every once in a while a coach still walks into a great situation. A year ago some of the best mid-majors in the country—Saint Louis and Colorado State—had new coaches.

This offseason, openings at UCLA and Minnesota created some movement at some successful programs. These are the best 10 teams with new coaches this year. 

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