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Topic - Jim Phillips
Bill Carmody had 13 years to get Northwestern into the NCAA tournament for the first time, and it never quite worked out.
The friendly confines of Wrigley Field are a little too tight for the Big Ten.
A mortar attack by Palestinian militants and airstrikes by Israel formed the grim backdrop as Mideast leaders ended their latest round of peace talks Wednesday, still divided on major issues. There was no word on when they would meet again.
"There's no predetermined timeline for how long this search will take," Phillips said. "I'll have a comprehensive review of who's available. I haven't ruled anybody in or our yet. The NCAA tournament will dictate when you can talk to some prospective coaches."
"Look at 13 years. Athletic success does matter. It should matter," Phillips said.