Krzyzewskiville will never be the same.
As first reported by Jeff Goodman of Stadium, Hall of Fame head coach of Duke basketball Mike Krzyzewski will retire after the 2021-2022 basketball season.
BREAKING: Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski has decided to retire after this coming season, multiple sources told @stadium. Official announcement expected soon.
The leading candidate to replace K is assistant and former Duke player Jon Scheyer.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) June 2, 2021
Krzyzewski, who will turn 75 in February, won five national titles at Duke and led the U.S. men’s basketball team to three olympic gold medals. His 1,170 victories make him the winningest Division I coach in men’s college basketball history.
Coach K has spent 41 of his 46 years coaching at Duke, building the program into the blue-blood it is today. Along with being the all-time winningest men’s coach, he’s been to the NCAA tournament 35 times, won 12 ACC regular-season titles, 15 ACC tournament championships, and has 12 trips to