Or Phewitt... or Blewitt... as he's coming to be known.
Personally, I've seen enough and am past ready for a change.
It's getting old.
Great talent and poor coaching.
In the words of Jack Nicholson in the movie As Good As It Gets, "Is there any other way to see it?".
Here are some probable reasons he's still at the helm for anyone interested, but clueless as to why.
The above linked article is from AJC (Atlanta Journal Constitution) columnist Mark Bradley back on Jan. 30th, 2009 and is entitled: Like It or Not, Hewitt is Safe at Tech.
Also, an article by Bradley just yesterday, March 3, 2010, that aims at whether or not GT makes it into the NCAA tournament this year entitled,
From the Matrix: NCAA-wise, Tech’s still as cool as Keanu, has some good discussion waaaay down in the comments section (that's where I got the link to the 2009 article above). Heres a link:
One other link I got from these comments was an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal from March 13, 2009 titled: College Basketball's Bargains and Busts - As Coaches get Pricey, Some Schools Find Value -- Others Don't
If you're somewhat in the dark as to why no coaching change yet for GT, the above should/will shed some light.