The Buffalo news is reporting that the school talked to Carlin Hartman yesterday and the Oklahoma Assistant is a potential new coach for the Bulls.
Hartman is a Buffalo native who played High School ball at Grand Island. From there he went on to have a good career at Tulane before being drafted into the CBA back in 1994.
Hartman was the 6th man on Tulane teams that made the NCAA tournament in 1992 and 1993. Those teams upset higher seeded St. John’s and Kansas State, respectively. Professionally he played for Rapid City and earned All-Rookie honors in 1995.
His last ball was played for Shreveport in 1996.
Since then he has been coaching as an assistant for eight teams and was the Director of player operations at Rice.