Former Georgia coach Mark Fox is in negotiations with California to becomes its next head coach, sources confirmed to ESPN on Friday.
Fox would replace Wyking Jones, who was fired last week after just two seasons in Berkeley.
Fox was fired by Georgia after last season, following nine seasons with the Bulldogs in which he made two NCAA tournaments. He had more success during his five seasons at Nevada, leading the Wolf Pack to four regular-season WAC titles and three NCAA tournament appearances, advancing past the first round on two occasions.
He also spent time as an assistant coach at Nevada, Kansas State and Washington.
Stadium was the first to report Fox’s discussions with Cal.