Todd Bozeman isn't the only coach returning to the
bench after a hiatus; these three men will also be blowing dust off their
Bobby Cremins ����College of
Cremins, 59, who retired in 2000 after 19 seasons at
Georgia Tech, got the Charleston job only after Winthrop coach Gregg Marshall
reneged on a deal to take over there. "He pulled a Bobby Cremins," said
Cremins, who once famously did the same thing to South Carolina.
After 16 tumultuous seasons at Cincinnati (LIFE OF
REILLY, page 152), Huggins, 53, was bought out of his contract in 2005 and sat
out last season. He already has a commitment from 6'9" Michael Beasley, one
of the top players in the class of '07.
Lowe, 46, the point guard on the Wolfpack team that
upset Houston in the 1983 title game, has only coached in the NBA and has not
been a head coach since 2002, when he called it quits after an 0--8 start with
the Memphis Grizzlies.