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Vanderbilt Reportedly Hires Valparaiso's Bryce Drew To Become Head Coach

Vanderbilt's men's basketball program has a new head coach. 

The Commodores have hired Valparaiso head coach Bryce Drew, according to multiple reports. 

Drew, 41, has been Valpo's head coach since 2011-12. He's taken the program to two NCAA Tournaments. 

">April 5, 2016

">@CBSSports. Drew just signed papers.

— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein)

Vanderbilt has officially hired Valpo's Bryce Drew as its next head coach, sources told @CBSSports. Drew just signed papers.

— Jon Rothstein (@JonRothstein) April 5, 2016

">April 5, 2016

Drew is the son of former Valparaiso head coach Homer Drew and the brother of Baylor coach Scott Drew.

He's most famous, of course, for this shot he hit in the NCAA Tournament. 

Vanderbilt lost in the NCAA Tournament's First Four this season. The Commodores haven't won an NCAA Tournament game since 2012.