By Gary Parrish
College of Charleston coach Bobby Cremins is taking a leave of absence effective immediately because of non-life threatening health problems, the Charleston Post and Courier reported Friday. According to the report, it's unclear whether Cremins will take an extended leave of absence or eventually resign.
Assistant coach Mark Byington will serve as head coach in Cremin's absense.
Cremins is 64 years old.
He's been at Charleston six seasons.
He's best known for coaching Georgia Tech to the 1990 Final Four.