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BUNY coach to be named on Monday

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Georgetown assistant to coach at Binghamton

March 21, 2007

By Gary Parrish

CBS SportsLine.com Senior Writer







ST. LOUIS -- Georgetown assistant Kevin Broadus will be the next coach at Binghamton, a source told CBS SportsLine.com on Wednesday. An official announcement is expected Monday.


Broadus is in his third year at Georgetown and is a graduate of Bowie State. He replaces Al Walker, who compiled a 92-108 record in seven seasons at the school.


Binghamton went 13-16 this season and finished sixth in the America East Conference.

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Press and Sun in Binghamton is confirming Broadus. No word on contract info, but Binghamton is getting a Big East assistant, coming off at the very least, a trip to the Final Four. Not a horrible hire, at first glance.

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Binghamton (N.Y.) hired Kevin Broadus as its head men's basketball coach.


I assume he will assume his duties full time after Georgetown's trip to Atlanta for the Final Four.



He will stick with Georgetown through their tournament run, and will pick up Binghamton full time after that.


Base deal is 5 years at $205,000 per year. I have not seen anything above and beyond that, though I'm sure that the standard allowances are in there (house, car, things like that).


He's coming off a Final Four trip, and coming very highly regarded as a recruiter. Wants to play an up-tempo game, though it won't be an exact copy of what Georgetown runs. He's talking big (read: postseason trips) right from the get-go, so we'll see if he can deliver.

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