NEW: Former Brown Basketball Coach Craig Robinson Fired by OSU
Monday, May 05, 2014
Former Brown men's basketball coach (and brother-in-law to President Barack Obama) Craig Robinson has been fired by Oregon State.
Robinson spent 6 seasons with the Beavers but never reached the NCAA Tournament. He was the Head Coach at Brown from 2006-2008, accumulating a 30-28 record over 2 seasons.
Oregon State Athletic Director Bob De Coralis thanked Robinson in a statement for his 6 years with the program, calling the decision to fire him a difficult one.
Oregon State went 16-16 this season and finished 8-10 in the Pac-12. The 52-year-old Robinson owns a 122-128 career record as a Head Coach.
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