The mad scientist of college basketball may return for one more season.
As the College of Charleston searches for a new head coach following the firing of Doug Wojcik for "just cause" back on August 6th the committee has discussed bringing Bobby Cremins back.
According to the Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier, A proposal being considered by the College of Charleston search committee would bring Bobby Cremins back as head coach with former C of C point guard Anthony Johnson joining Cremins' staff as an assistant.
A source within the C of C athletic department confirmed to the Charleston Post and Courier that Johnson would become head coach for the 2015-16 season.
Cremins is 67 years old and was head coach at the College of Charleston from 2006-2012 and compiled a 125-68 record. He took a leave of absence for medical reasons in 2012 and then retired.
Cremins is best known for his many years as head coach at Georgia Tech where he elevated the Yellow Jacket program to among the elites in ACC Basketball.