Fresh off leading Oklahoma's baseball team to its fourth consecutive 40-win season, coach Sunny Golloway might be on the verge of accepting a new challenge.
Golloway visited Auburn on Friday to discuss its vacant head baseball coaching position, a source confirmed to The Oklahoman.
AL.com reported Friday afternoon, citing a source, that Auburn will likely offer Golloway the job within the next 24 hours.
SoonerScoop.com, the Rivals network site that covers OU, first reported Golloway's interview.
Auburn fired former coach John Pawlowski late last month after the Tigers missed the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in the last five seasons.
Golloway just wrapped up his eighth full season as Oklahoma's head coach. He's taken the Sooners to the NCAA Tournament in all but one season — 2007 — and OU has won at least 40 games in each of the past four years. (The Oklahoman)
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