Gregory: 'Everybody should be disappointed'

Georgia Tech head basketball coach Brian Gregory is optimistic about his approach to next season.
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Georgia Tech head basketball coach Brian Gregory is optimistic about his approach to next season.

Credit: Streeter Lecka

Credit: Streeter Lecka

"Everybody should be disappointed, and no one should be accepting the fact that, OK, we took a big step in our competitiveness within this league," Georgia Tech head basketball coach Brian Gregory tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in a wide-ranging interview about the season and his own expectations for next year.

Gregory, who will be returning for a fifth year following the team's 12-19 season, admits that while recruiting will be challenging, improving the team's execution is essential for success.

“I deal in reality, too. We need to improve in some key areas. And that means, as coaches and players, we need to meet in the middle of that. I feel confident in our guys that they’ll do that,” Gregory adds.

As for how he will approach next season, Gregory isn't putting any added pressure on himself.

“If you’re worried about things that might happen or whatever the case might be, then you don’t do your job, and I’m not going to do that.”

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