The decision was made. Paul Hewitt would not be coaching this season. The six weeks after his ouster at Georgia Tech left time for contemplation on how his 11 years in Atlanta unfolded.
Times are changing in college basketball in the Washington, D.C., area. Mike Lonergan figures that should work to his advantage at George Washington.
George Mason has introduced Paul Hewitt as its new men's basketball coach.
There's no way of knowing how a new coach will do, though there's rarely a shortage of snap judgments. Typical reactions range from "perfect fit" and "great move," to "bad choice" and "what were they thinking?"
Paul Hewitt's phone was quiet for a month, and he had a long-planned trip to the Caribbean with his wife coming up.
After losing a Final Four coach to the Atlantic Coast Conference, George Mason got one in return.
Brian Gregory is ready to get started on rebuilding Georgia Tech's beleaguered basketball program.
Georgia Tech has picked Dayton coach Brian Gregory to rebuild its beleaguered basketball program, which fell on hard times after reaching the national championship game in 2004.
The mounting losses and declining attendance finally caught up with Paul Hewitt.