Gregory was 76-86 in five seasons with the Yellow Jackets and 27-61 in the ACC. That record included two losses to his successor at UD, Archie Miller, in 2013 and 2014.
“This was a difficult decision because of the character and integrity that Brian has demonstrated throughout his time at Georgia Tech,” Georgia Tech Athletic Director Mike Bobinski said in a statement. “I have great respect for Brian as a person and for the effort he’s put forth on our behalf. He and the student-athletes under his direction have represented Georgia Tech in a first-rate manner and we’re greatly appreciative of the improvements he’s overseen in our program’s academic performance. However, as we look to the future, we believe a change in leadership is needed for our program to achieve higher and sustained levels of competitive success.”