Oregon State athletic director Todd Stansbury is leaving the Beavers for the same position at Georgia Tech, according to multiple reports.
The school is expected to introduce Stansbury at a news conference Thursday morning, according to Ken Sugiura of the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Stansbury’s reported move to Atlanta would mark a homecoming of sorts, as he’s a former graduate of Georgia Tech and played linebacker for the Yellow Jackets in the early 1980s.
He’s been with Oregon State since June 2015, after he spent the previous three years as the athletic director at UCF. At Georgia Tech, he’ll replace Mike Bobinski, who announced in August he was taking the same job at Purdue.
Stansbury inherits an athletic program with football and basketball programs that have struggled recently. However, the football team is off to a 3-0 start this year under ninth-year coach Paul Johnson, and the basketball team is set to begin its first season with coach Josh Pastner.
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