NEWARK NJ - DECEMBER 22: Head coach Brian Gregory of the Dayton Flyers coaches against the Seton Hall Pirates at Prudential Center on December 22 2010 in Newark New Jersey. (Photo by Chris Chambers/Getty Images)

Brian Gregory Filling Out Georgia Tech Coaching Staff

Georgia Tech's search for a new hoops coach has concluded, with Dayton's Brian Gregory taking over for Paul Hewitt.

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Brian Gregory, New Georgia Tech Basketball Coach, Officially Announced By School

Brian Gregory has been announced by the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets as their new basketball coach, eight hours after the Dayton Flyers confirmed the report of his new job. They’re engineers, people, not speed-typists.

In fairness, Tech does practice a more step-by-step approach to announcing new hires than most schools, preferring to wait until the deal is 100 percent solid before revealing. Athletic director Dan Radakovich:

“Brian Gregory is not only an outstanding basketball coach, but he is a tireless worker and recruiter who cares deeply about his players,” Radakovich said. “There is no question that he will succeed as basketball coach at Georgia Tech, and he will win by doing things the right way.”

Gregory is expected to be introduced at a 5 pm ET press conference, which can be streamed from the school’s athletics site or viewed on Fox 5 Atlanta.

For more Georgia Tech basketball, visit From The Rumble Seat.

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Brian Gregory Hired As Georgia Tech Basketball Coach, According To Dayton Flyers

Brian Gregory is the new Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets head basketball coach, his former school confirmed Monday morning. No word yet from Georgia Tech, but that’s about as solid of a confirmation as you’re going to get. (Also, looks like Jeff Goodman was right.)

Dayton’s Twitter account:

It has been confirmed that Brian Gregory is taking a new coaching position at Georgia Tech. We wish BG and his family good luck.

According to the Dayton Daily News report, the program will hold a press conference Monday afternoon to introduce Gregory, who would become the 11th men’s basketball head coach in program history.

Up until the latest round of reports, Gregory’s story had been that he had not yet received an offer. Perhaps he received one very early this morning or very late last night. Either way, it looks just about certain that Gregory will be coaching the team at Philips Arena next season.

For more Georgia Tech hoops, visit From The Rumble Seat.

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