Virginia Tech’s Buzz Williams in the running for the Texas A&M job

After five seasons at Virginia Tech, could Buzz Williams be headed out of Blacksburg? Well, according to Evan Daniels, Williams is the headliner to replace Billy Kennedy at Texas A&M. Williams is 98-68 during his time in Blacksburg; this season, the Hokies are 24-8 and are on course for their third straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

In the two seasons prior to his arrival, Virginia Tech won just 22 games and went 6-30 in ACC play.

An innovative offensive mind, Williams has helped lead Virginia to four straight seasons with 10+ ACC wins. His teams in at Tech have an identity, too — playing with wonderful spacing and 3-point shooting on offense.

Prior to his time at Tech, Williams spent six seasons at Marquette (139 wins); with the Golden Eagles, he made five NCAA Tournaments. During his time there, he also helped put multiple players in the NBA, like Wes Matthews and Jimmy Butler.


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