Pittsburgh has reached an agreement to make Vanderbilt’s Kevin Stallings its next coach, sources told CBS Sports.
A press conference is expected in the next few days.
CBS Sports reported on Saturday that Stallings was expected to take the job and Pitt made the offer early Sunday morning.
Stallings has been at Vanderbilt for the past 17 years and has an overall record of 332-220 with seven NCAA Tournament appearances during that span.
He will replace Jamie Dixon, who took the TCU job last Monday after coaching Pitt for 13 years.
The Panthers finished 21-12 this past season and lost to Wisconsin in the first round.