Multiple reports have linked former Georgia Tech men’s basketball coach Brian Gregory to USF’s current opening.
First reported by ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, Gregory, 50, spent this season as a consultant for Michigan State, the same school he began his coaching career with.
“You move forward and hopefully there’s a really good opportunity where we can build something special,” Gregory told mlive.com last month. “Because I thought we were on the cusp of that at Georgia Tech.
“But sometimes in this profession, you don’t always get to finish the job. And I totally get that. But hopefully, on this next one … we’ll see.”
Gregory was fired from Georgia Tech with a 76-78 record after five seasons. Prior to Georgia Tech, he managed a 172-94 record and two NCAA Tournament berths in eight years at Dayton.
USF will close out its season in the AAC tournament with UConn first on the schedule Thursday night.
According to Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times, athletic director Mark Harlan is expected to make a hiring decision soon after the conclusion of the season.
USF men’s basketball is on fire as the NCAA tournament draws near – even flirting with the school’s first top-25 ranking. The Bulls’ (19-5, 12-1 AAC) latest victory, a 90-86 dogfight over No. 24 ranked FAU, brought their record-breaking winning streak up to 11 in a row. The win also solidified their position at the […]
The USF on-campus stadium will not only alter the landscape of the university, but also the surrounding Tampa Bay area. Andy Ross, mayor of Temple Terrace, said he sees the development as a positive addition to an area surging in population. “I think this is a fantastic development for this part of the county,” he […]
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Following a 90-86 victory against FAU on Sunday, the Bulls are achieving more than just historic wins this season. USF men’s basketball garnered 45 votes in the AP Top 25 poll after Sunday’s monumental win. It’s the most votes the Bulls have received since they had 58 in 1991. USF has never made it into […]
After a strong week from both programs, USF men’s and women’s basketball received recognition from the American Athletic Conference. Senior guard Selton Miguel was named American Athletic Conference Player of the Week for games played through Sunday. Miguel averaged 17.5 points in two games during the week and led South Florida to a 2-0 record. […]
It was a game USF men’s basketball had circled on its schedule all season. It was a game against a program that made the Final Four last season. It’s a game with major postseason implications on the line. In front of a sold-out Yuengling Center crowd of 10,659 fans, The Bulls (19-5, 12-1 AAC) didn’t […]