Notre Dame has found a replacement for Mike Brey, and it’s a homecoming of sorts for a soon-to-be-former Penn State coach.

Micah Shrewsberry and Notre Dame are finalizing a 7-year deal for him to be the next coach at Notre Dame, Pat Forde of Sports Illustrated reported.

The next Irish coach led Penn State to its first NCAA Tournament win since 2001, and that came after the Nittany Lions gave Purdue a fight only to fall in the Big Ten Tournament Championship Game.

Shrewsberry went 37-31 in two seasons at PSU and just took the program to the second round of the tournament, netting the school its first March Madness win since 2001.

Notre Dame will be Shrewsberry’s second stop as a head coach.

It will be a significant homecoming for Shrewsberry, who grew up in Indianapolis, played college ball at Hanover College, then coached as an assistant at Wabash, Depauw and IU-South Bend. He also was on Brad Stevens’ staff at Butler, and then the staff at Purdue under Matt Painter before he moved to Stevens’ staff with the Boston Celtics from 2013-19.