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Longtime assistant Grier in forefront with San Diego's win

Originally Published: March 21, 2008
By Mark Schlabach | ESPN.com

TAMPA, Fla. -- Bill Grier could have stayed at Gonzaga for the rest of his career.

An assistant coach at Gonzaga for 16 seasons, Grier watched the program become the poster child for mid-major teams in the NCAA tournament, first under former coach Dan Monson and then under Mark Few.

Grier started working at Gonzaga in 1992, spending his first six seasons as a restricted-earnings coach under Dan Fitzgerald. When Monson took over in 1997-98, Grier was elevated to full-time ...

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