Should Loyola-Chicago head coach Porter Moser stay with the Ramblers after another run? | KJZ

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Should Loyola-Chicago head coach Porter Moser stay with the Ramblers after another run? | KJZ

KJZ debates if Porter Moser should stay at Loyola-Chicago and build a program like Gonzaga or move on to a job at a Power 5 program like the Marquette Golden Eagles.

0:00 Alan Hahn explains that Loyola-Chicago has been a top-25 team all season.

1:03 Jay Williams explains why he wants Loyola-Chicago head coach Porter Moser to stay at Loyola and not look to get a job at a Power 5 school.

2:25 Bart Scott explains what he thinks Porter Moser’s thought process will be when deciding his future.

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