Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams is heading home for Texas A & M's next head coach.
The announcement was made Tuesday by Texas A & M athletic director Scott Woodward.
"As we started our search … we kept our Focus on finding elite basketball coach, a developer of talent, a tremendous recruiter, a tireless worker and a fellow who fits Texas A & M, "Woodward said in a statement. "Buzz Williams is all that and more." Aggies everywhere proud. "Buzz and his family back to Aggieland."  Williams has been considered the heavy favorite to replace Billy Kennedy since the end of last season and what are the only candidates for the Aggies once they parted ways with Kennedy last month. Virginia Tech's season ended with a loss to Duke in the Sweet 1
"I am so humbled and honored to return home to Texas A & M and proud to lead the Aggies, "Williams said in a statement. Chancellor Sharp, President Young and Scott Woodward for this incredible opportunity. "This is our home, and we are ready to join the 12th Man to Win Championship, graduate our players and represent this world-class university with Integrity. "
Williams, who spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Texas A & M from 2004-2006, has been headlining the Virginia Tech the past five seasons. He led the Hokies to three NCAA tournament appearances. Prior to taking over in Blacksburg, Williams led Marquette to five NCAA tournaments in six seasons, including three Sweet 16s and an Elite Eight run in 2013.
"Coach Williams made a very positive impact on the culture of our basketball program at Virginia Tech, "Hokie's athletic director Whit Babcock told ESPN. We wish Buzz, Corey and their family the best return to their home state of Texas. "
Kennedy which he went 151-116 with two NCAA tournament appearances.