Paul Hewitt has been let go at Georgia Tech.
According to sources, the Yellow Jackets coach – who has spent the past 11 years at the school – was informed of the decision this morning.
Hewitt finished his career with a 190-162 mark and led Georgia Tech to the national championship game back in 2004.
The Yellow Jackets were 13-18 overall this past season and 5-11 in ACC play. They lost to Virginia Tech in the first round of the league tournament.
Hewitt had an opportunity to take the St. John’s job last offseason, but turned it down to remain at Georgia Tech.
There was some thought that Hewitt would be retained since he is owed $7.2 million and the school is rebuilding Alexander Memorial Coliseum. However, athletic director Dan Radekovich decided to part ways with Hewitt – who signed a contract after getting to the national title game that included an automatic rollover.