The rumor mill has been churning for weeks and now it appears that Brad Greenberg's days as the head basketball coach at Radford University are done after just four seasons. Sources tell News 7 that all of the assistant coaches have been told that the Greenberg tenure is over and that the official announcement will come from the school either Wednesday or Thursday.
Greenberg was suspended the last four games of this past season for a violation of NCAA rules involving improper travel and benefits for an ineligible player.
The NCAA was reportedly back on the Radford campus to conclude its investigation and report its findings two weeks ago, and now all that's left is to work out some legal and financial details.
News 7 Sports spoke with two former Radford players today who said that they are embarrassed for the program---a program that has never had an NCAA violation. However, the NCAA isn't expected to come down hard on the Highlanders, assuming they cut ties with Greenberg.