Pitt to add UMass assistant Williamson
Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon will hire UMass' Marlon Williamson as an assistant coach, sources told CBSSports.com.
Williamson will replace Barry Rohrssen, who left to take a similar position at Kentucky.
After spending nine years working with the "The Family" -- an AAU program in Detroit -- Williamson spent the past two seasons in Amherst under UMass head coach Derek Kellogg.
Pitt was 26-10 last season.
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