(WISH) - Indianapolis, Indiana - LaVall Jordan is expected to interview Thursday with Butler athletic director Barry Collier for the head coaching vacancy at Butler, a source tells WISH-TV.
This comes on the heels of the news that the program's most successful coach, Brad Stevens, is leaving to become the Boston Celtics head coach.
Jordan spent time as a player (1998-2001) and assistant coach at Butler. He's been on the University of Michigan coaching staff for the past four seasons, helping the Wolverines to a National Championship appearance.
ESPN also reports that former Butler player and current assistant Brandon Miller interviewed Wednesday night, shortly after news broke of Stevens departure.
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