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He started his coaching career at in 1971 as the head coach of Point Park College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He then returned to South Carolina to become McGuire's assistant coach.

At age 27, Bobby Cremins became the youngest NCAA Division I head coach in history when he took the helm of Appalachian State. His first year at Appalachian his team went 13-14, but then put together an 87-56 record over the next five seasons, and three Southern Conference titles. The Mountaineers posted a 23-6 record and a NCAA tournament bid in 1979, and two years later went 20-9. His performance at ASU garnered him national attention among NCAA coaching ranks, including catching the eye of the Georgia Tech athletic director. He became the Rambling Wreck's new head coach at the close of the 1981 season, on April 14, 1981.

Cremins took what had been a winless Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) team to the ACC tournament championship in 1985, when he amassed 27 wins and only 8 losses. In 1990, his team went to the Final Four, with a 28-7 record. Three-time ACC "Coach of the Year" winner: 1983 with the first ever Yellow Jacket ACC tournament victory, and a 13-15 record; 1985, and 1996 with a 24-12 record, an ACC regular-season title (13-3), and a NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance. His coaching of the 1990 team earned him a Naismith College Coach of the Year honor.

He retired with a 25-year overall head coaching career record of 452-303 (.599%), and a Georgia Tech record, in 19-seasons, of 352-233 (.602%).

Cremins had a host of players that went on to have successful National Basketball Association (NBA) careers. First there was Mark Price (Cleveland Cavaliers) and John Salley (Detroit Pistons) in the early 1980s, then Duane Ferrell, Tom Hammonds, Dennis Scott, Brian Oliver, Kenny Anderson, Jon Barry, Travis Best, Stephon Marbury, Jason Collier and Matt Harpring.

He was also an assistant coach on the first-ever gold medal U.S. World University Games winner in 1986, under Lute Olson (University of Arizona). In the summer of 1989 he coached the 1990 World Championships qualifying U.S. squad.

In 2003, Georgia Tech officially named the basketball court at the Alexander Memorial Coliseum "Cremins Court".

In 2006, Cremins returned to coaching at the College of Charleston, hoping to reinstate the program to its lofty status as a mid-major powerhouse in college basketball.

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