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Josh Bone joined the Tennessee State men’s basketball staff as the Video Coordinator prior to the start of the 2018-19 season. Bone is responsible for the breakdown of game video, aids in scouting opponents and coordinating film exchange.
The former University of Tennessee guard arrives at TSU with experience at a number of different levels.
Following his collegiate career, Bone played professionally for three seasons, including one in Germany. He went onto coach two seasons at Antioch High School in Tennessee founded BFG Elite – an AAU Organization based out of Nashville.
A graduate of nearby Brentwood Academy, Bone began his collegiate career at Southern Illinois University, helping the Salukis reach the 2007 Sweet 16 as a freshman and leading the Salukis in three-point shooting as a sophomore.
Transferring to the University of Tennessee, Bone was part of two NCAA Tournament teams under Bruce Pearl. The Volunteers made the Elite Eight in 2010 and the Round of 64 in 2011 in Bone’s two seasons on the court in Knoxville.
Bone is married to Lutece Bone. The couple has one daughter, Jersey, and is expecting its second daughter in October 2018.
He graduated from the University of Tennessee in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
THE JOSH BONE FILE
- 1st Season at TSU in 2018-19
- Alma Mater: Tennessee ‘11
- Hometown: Nashville, Tenn.