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Brian Gregory Is The New Georgia Tech Basketball Coach: What They're Saying

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It's been quite the day for Georgia Tech athletics and I've been on the road to Toronto. So in case you missed some tidbit of information (like me) here's a consolidated list of articles, reports, and editorials to help you form your view on the Brian Gregory hire.

Reports and Facts

Gregory leaves Dayton for Georgia Tech job - Georgia Tech - Wire -
Brian Gregory is leaving his position as men's basketball coach at Dayton to take the vacancy at Georgia Tech.

Brian Gregory's Georgia Tech Basketball Contract: Six Years, $6 Million According To Report - SB Nation Atlanta

Gregory has mixed feelings about leaving | Dayton Daily News: Flyer Connection

Radakovich: No question Gregory will succeed | Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech athletic director Dan Radakovich said there's no question that new men's basketball coach Brian Gregory will succeed.

Gregory has mixed feelings about leaving | Flyer Connection: University of Dayton sports

New hires underwhelm UT, GT fans - College Basketball Nation Blog - ESPN

Opinions, Editorials And Dissections

Brian Gregory will have to create own excitement for Tech | Jeff Schultz
(UPDATED: 8:56 a.m.) Sometimes you don't get the buzz hire (and in this case we don't mean Buzz Williams). Sometimes you don't sell tickets or get

Seminole Slant: Evaluating Georgia Tech's Coaching Hire - Tomahawk Nation
Your best source for quality Florida St. Seminoles news, rumors, analysis, stats and scores from the fan perspective.

Brian Gregory is the new Georgia Tech basketball coach… a dissection " The East Coast Bias

UD's Wabler to make the most important hire of his career | Through the Arch

Georgia Tech has its coach: The solidly unsexy Brian Gregory | Mark Bradley
Mark Bradley of the AJC believes Georgia Tech made a solid but not sizzling hire with Brian Gregory, formerly of Dayton.

Tom Izzo on new Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory | Georgia Tech
Michigan State's Tom Izzo has developed quite a coaching tree in his time at East Lansing. One of his former assistants, Brian Gregory, took another step in

Tech vs. Georgia: Has balance of power shifted in hoops? | Jeff Schultz
Georgia Tech has hired Brian Gregory as its new coach and now the debate is whether Mark Fox and Georgia Bulldogs have the best program.

Tennessee And Tech Hire New Basketball Coaches, Pray For "Fox Effect." - Dawg Sports