Georgia may have interest in Sweet 16 coaches

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ATLANTA (AP) - The job of men's basketball coach at the
University of Georgia remains open, but athletic director Damon
Evans isn't saying much about possible replacements for previous
coach Dennis Felton.

Evans has said he will aim high and come armed with sufficient

Missouri's Mike Anderson, Oklahoma's Jeff Capel and Xavier's
Sean Miller are still coaching in the NCAA tournament and are
unavailable to be interviewed.

Anthony Grant of Virginia Commonwealth is available but may be
looking at another Southeastern Conference school.

Evans fired Felton on Jan. 29, leaving assistant coach Pete
Herrmann to serve as interim coach for the remainder of the season.

Felton was making $760,000 per year. Evans may have to at least
double that salary to land an established coach.