The Washington Post

Report: Bobby Cremins to take leave of absence from College of Charleston

Could this be the end of the road for Bobby Cremins?

Cremins, the head coach at College of Charleston, is suffering from unspecified but non-life-threatening health problems and is deciding whether to take an extended leave of absence or resign, sources told The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C., on Friday.

Cremins, of course, is most known around ACC country for leading Georgia Tech to the 1990 Final Four.

Cremins, 64, is in his sixth season at the College of Charleston, where he has amassed a record of 125-68. The Cougars are 12-8 overall this season. In 31 seasons as a college head coach at Appalachian State, Georgia Tech and Charleston, he has compiled a 579-375 record.

Back in 2010, Post columnist John Feinstein wrote about Cremins.

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