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Rencher intends to join OSU staff

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 19: Kalib Boone #22 of the Oklahoma Cowboys faces off with Blake Preston #32 of the Liberty Flames in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament held at Indiana Farmers Coliseum on March 19, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Josh Duplechian/NCAA Photos via Getty Images)

Cannen Cunningham’s replacement has been found. 

Cunningham, an assistant on coach Mike Boynton’s staff, departed last week to help his brother, Cade, with his NBA career. 

“I want to thank Cannen Cunningham for his enormous contributions to the Cowboy basketball program over the last two years,” Boynton said on Twitter. “I couldn’t be more appreciative of his tireless work developing our post players and fine-tuning one of the most prolific offenses in school history.” 

According to the Omaha World-Herald, Terrence Rencher, an assistant coach at Creighton intends to join Boynton’s staff. 

Rencher coached at Creighton for two seasons. Prior to Creighton he spent 11 seasons at San Diego, New Mexico, Texas State, Sam Houston State, Tulsa and Saint Louis.  

Rencher, a New York native, is familiar with the Big 12. He is the all-time leader in points (2,306) and steals (255) at Texas, where he played from 1992-1995. He played for the Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns for one season in 1995-96, before spending nine years in Europe. 

OSU hasn’t made an official announcement regarding Rencher’s new position.