CofC's basketball coach Cremins' on extended leave (Update: Retiring)

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(Updates at the bottom.)

An inside source has leaked information to The Post and Courier that College of Charleston men's basketball coach, Bobby Cremins, will be taking a leave of absence starting today for non-life threatening health reasons.

There's just a brief report right now, which you can read here, but we'll keep you posted as more details are confirmed.

Update January 30: The College of Charleston has posted an official release pertaining to coach Cremins' decision to take a medical leave of absence effect immediately; you can find that release here.

Update February 6: The Post and Courier reports that physical exhaustion has forced College of Charleston men’s basketball coach Bobby Cremins to take a medical leave of absence from the program later today.

Update February 7: The Post and Courier has penned a longer report on the reason behind Cremins' departure; read it here.

Update February 28: The Post and Courier is still hot on the trail and offers an updated report noting that Cremins has yet to decide on if he will return, and that the College of Charleston is giving him time to decide.

Update March 19: The Post and Courier reports that Bobby Cremins will hold a press conference at 3:15 p.m. today and announce his decision regarding his tenure as head coach of the College of Charleston basketball team.

Update March 19, 3:21 p.m.: Bobby Cremins officially announced that he is stepping down as College of Charleston head coach after nearly six seasons.

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