Tom Crean

Linehan named Assistant Basketball Coach at Georgia

John Linehan, one of the premier defensive players in college basketball history, has joined the Georgia Basketball staff as an assistant coach, head coach Tom Crean announced. “I’m excited about adding John Linehan to this staff,” Crean said. “I simply love his background and his story. He has a solid foundation in coaching and amazing

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OFFICIAL: Georgia Names Tom Crean Head Basketball

ATHENS, Ga. — Tom Crean, who for nearly two decades has regularly led his basketball teams to national rankings and postseason bids, has been named head coach of the Georgia Bulldogs. Greg McGarity, Georgia’s J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics, announced the hiring on Thursday. “Tom Crean is one of the most successful coaches in

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Tom Crean

HoopDirt.com Starting Five by FastModel Sports – Tom Crean Indiana SLOBs

HoopDirt.com’s Starting Five Presented by FastModel Sports FastModel Sports® is the creator of FastDraw® & FastScout®, the best play diagramming and report building software in basketball. FastDraw is used by all U.S. professional teams, 85% of college teams, and 6,000+ high school and youth teams. Learn more about FastDraw here. By: Wes Kosel / HoopDirt.com Contributor This week we look at

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Brett Burman Named DBO at Indiana

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Boasting a variety of experiences in the NBA and major college basketball, Indiana Head Coach Tom Crean has tabbed Brett Burman as the program’s Director of Operations. He joins the Hoosiers after spending a season in a similar role at the University of Tulsa. “I like to have somebody

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Loyola (Chicago) Dirt…

I have now heard from multiple sources that Indiana director of player performance Bennie Seltzer will be added to Porter Moser’s staff at Loyola (Chicago) as an assistant.  He will replace Steve Shields who left for a spot an administrative spot at Missouri last month.  Seltzer re-joined Tom Crean’s staff last January – he was

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