The Texas Longhorns men's basketball team's season came to a disappointing end with Sunday's loss to Miami in the Elite Eight, but interim head coach Rodney Terry will reportedly receive some good news in the near future.

According to Chip Brown of 247Sports, a "high-level university source" said the plan is for Texas to offer Terry the permanent coaching job and perhaps make an announcement as soon as Tuesday.

"Rodney Terry stepped up and did an amazing, classy job leading this program and absolutely deserves this opportunity," the source said.

Jeff Goodman of Stadium weighed in as well.

Terry took over the position when Texas fired Chris Beard in January after he was arrested on a third-degree felony charge of family violence.