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Villanova assistant coach Ashley Howard looks like the frontrunner for the La Salle job

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Despite being a famous alumn, Tim Legler has never coached in college.

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TGIF, ‘Nova Nation! While we await some key NBA decisions, the first defection could come from the coaching ranks. La Salle is winding down its coaching search, and predictably this thing could very well end with Ashley Howard taking the job.

There’s no doubt he’s deserving, and if I were La Salle he would be my #1 target too. I just wonder if he’s not better off holding out a bit. He’s a hot name - maybe the hottest assistant coaching name - and La Salle is notoriously difficult place to build something meaningful.

And now, the “news.”

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Villanova assistant Ashley Howard and ESPN analyst Tim Legler are believed to be top candidates.

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