The Georgia Tech men’s basketball team over the weekend remained undefeated in its new basketball arena, but did so without one of its assistant coaches watching from the bench.
Missing from the contest was Tech assistant coach Josh Postorino, who was reportedly arrested early Thursday morning for DUI in Jacksonville, Fla.
The team released a statement shortly before Saturday’s game indicating the 35-year-old coach, who is in his second season with the Jackets, would not be on the bench “for an indefinite period of time in order to deal with personal issues.”
Postorino, a former director of basketball operations at DePaul University, had been in Florida recruiting. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that following Tech’s victory Saturday, coach Brian Gregory