Fresno State's Raegan Pebley taking San Diego State job, per CBS report

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Fresno State women's basketball coach Raegan Pebley could be taking a new head coaching job with a conference rival.

Fresno's CBS affiliate reported late Saturday night that Fresno State women's basketball coach Raegan Pebley could be on her way to take the same position with conference rival San Diego State.

Pebley arrived from Utah State just over a year ago; following Adrian Wiggins' hiring at Ole Miss, she guided the Bulldogs to a 24-9 record and the Mountain West Conference tournament title in her first year at the helm. She also guided Fresno State's to the NCAA tournament, but the season ended in the first round against Cal.

Not surprisingly, Pebley has had no comment on the matter. However, she posted a cryptic message on her Twitter feed very early on Saturday morning in support of Fresno State.

This stands in opposition to the report that Pebley visited the SDSU campus and was offered the job later (or perhaps earlier) that day.

The Aztecs are looking to replace Beth Burns, who retired last month with a 295-186 record over 16 years, including a 27-7 mark that earned SDSU the Mountain West regular season title.

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