Clemson basketball adds assistant Goins, grad transfer Mack
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CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) Clemson has added ex-Quinnipiac assistant coach Anthony Goins to its staff and Alabama grad transfer Tevin Mack to its roster.
Goins replaces Steve Smith, a longtime staffer whose contract was not renewed after he was heard on an FBI wiretap during a federal trial into college basketball corruption.
Goins spent the past two seasons at Quinnipiac and has also worked with programs at Yale and Dartmouth.
Mack announced on Instagram that he's finishing his college career with the Tigers. He committed to VCU out of high school then followed Rams coach Shaka Smart to Texas before playing a game. The 6-foot-6 Mack of Columbia spent two seasons with the Longhorns. He played last season at Alabama.
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Updated June 11, 2019