Chat with Paul Hewitt!

Welcome to The Show! On Thursday at 3 p.m. ET, Georgia Tech men's hoop coach Paul Hewitt will stop by to take your questions and comments.

Hewitt became Georgia Tech's head men's basketball coach on Apr. 6, 2000. In his first four years at Tech, Hewitt recorded a record of 76-54, with two NCAA appearances and one NIT berth.

Prior to his arrival in Atlanta, he posted a 66-27 mark as the head coach at Siena College in Loudonville, NY. At Siena, Hewitt molded his Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Saints into one of the best basketball programs in the Northeast. In three seasons at Siena, Hewitt developed one of the nation's highest scoring teams. Siena ranked third nationally in scoring each of his last two seasons there, and in three seasons the team averaged 85.6 points per game.

Hewitt came to Siena from the venerable Big East program at Villanova, where he spent five seasons (1992-97) as an assistant to head coach Steve Lappas. During his final season in Philadelphia, Hewitt was promoted to associate head coach. Overall, in his seven years as a head coach, Hewitt has made a total of five post-season appearances. He was named MAAC Coach of the Year in 2000 the ACC Coach of the Year in 2001.

Send in your questions and comments to Coach Paul Hewitt now, then join him in The Show on Thursday at 3 ET!

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