A week after its historic victory in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, UMBC is in a bit of a holding pattern.
Second-year coach Ryan Odom contemplates a future that seems likely to result in a more lucrative offer from a larger program, perhaps even from a Power 5 school.
Tim Hall, in his fifth year as the athletic director, is trying to put together the kind of package that could keep the 43-year-old Odom in Catonsville a little — or a lot — longer.
As college basketball fans watch the remaining games of the tournament, many of them are still talking about what the Retrievers did in beating Virginia to become the first men’s No. 16 seed to bounce a top...