The name Billy Gillispie hasn’t been heard in college basketball circles in a few years now.

The former Kentucky and Texas A&M coach hasn’t coached at the Division I level since 2012, when he led the Texas Tech program for 1 season before resigning due to health concerns.

According to college basketball insider Jon Rothstein, Gillispie is a candidate for the open Tarleton State job:

Tarleton State will join the Western Athletic Conference before the start of next season. Right now, Gillispie is the coach at Ranger College, a JUCO program. Ranger went 31-4 last season, finishing as the runner up in the NJCAA.

Gillispie coached at Texas A&M from 2004 to 2007, going 70-26. He coached at Kentucky from 2007 to 2009, going 40-27.