Mar. 26, 2016
DEVELOPING: Brian Gregory Out At Georgia Tech
Word is that Brian Gregory is done at Georgia Tech- and the official terminology is that it's a "parting of the ways."
Gregory finishes his five seasons with a 76-86 record, 27-61 in the ACC. This follows an 8-year run in Dayton, but the time on The Flats only had this year's NIT quarterfinals run for a look at any kind of post-season successes. The 2015-16 season wrapped for Gregory at 21-15.
Tech Director of Athletics Mike Bobinsky issued a statement Friday afternoon before a scheduled press conference to officially announce the decision:
“This was a difficult decision because of the character and integrity that Brian has demonstrated throughout his time at Georgia Tech. I have great respect for Brian as a person and for the effort he’s put forth on our behalf. He and the student-athletes under his direction have represented Georgia Tech in a first-rate manner and we’re greatly appreciative of the improvements he’s overseen in our program’s academic performance,” said Bobinski. “However, as we look to the future, we believe a change in leadership is needed for our program to achieve higher and sustained levels of competitive success.”
Probably, the moment for the Yellow Jackets this season was their come-from-behind win over Clemson- down 18, they came back for the win. Here's how it looked at the time:
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