According to multiple reports, Oklahoma baseball coach Sunny Golloway might not be calling Norman home for much longer.
AL.com in Alabama reported that Golloway visited Auburn on Friday to discuss the open head coaching position for the Tigers and is expected to be offered the job within the next 24 hours.
Auburn fired John Pawlowski in May after the Tigers missed out on the NCAA Tournament for the fourth time in the past five years.
OU won the Big 12 Tournament this season under Golloway's leadership and advanced to a Super Regional for the second consecutive year. The Sooners are three years removed from a College World Series appearance and have gone to the postseason in eight of his nine seasons at the helm.
Golloway is 346-181-1at OU and has led the Sooners to four Super Regionals. He also led Oral Roberts to an NCAA regional in all six years as the coach of the Golden Eagles.