According to reports from AuburnLive and On3Sports, Wes Flanigan is leaving Bruce Pearl's staff to join Chris Beard at Ole Miss.

In his time on the Plains, Auburn has been to the NCAA Tournament three times, won the SEC Tournament, made the Final Four and won an SEC regular season championship.

Flanigan has been with the Tigers for the past five seasons, and his son Allen Flanigan has just wrapped up his senior season at the Plains, with an option for a fifth year still up in the air.

Flanigan played for the Tigers from 1993-1997 as a four-year starter running the point, starting under head coach Tommy Joe Eagles before finishing his career under Cliff Ellis.

Flanigan was named to the All-SEC Freshman Team in 1994 and was All-SEC as a junior. When he finished his career, he was second in program history in assists, with 573, and he is still fourth in free throws made with 338. He is 22nd in career points with 1,228.

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