Tubby Smith agreed to terms Monday with Texas Tech to be its next coach, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press.Interim coach Chris Walker went 11-20 this season and 3-15 in Big 12 play as the program tried to recover from Billy Gillispie’s volatile one-year tenure, which ended when he resigned in September.Smith was fired by Minnesota last week after six seasons. He went 124-81, winning 20 games five times.In all, Smith is 511-226 (.693) in 22 seasons and his teams have won 20-plus games 19 times.Smith won a national title and five Southeastern Conference championships with Kentucky before the demanding Wildcats faithful pushed him to leave for Minnesota in 2007.Smith, who was replaced at Kentucky by Gillispie, has also taken Tulsa and Georgia to the round of 16.TCU adds to staffTCU hired Dominique Neville as its assistant director of football operations.Neville comes to TCU after working as an accountant in Atlanta. Neville replaces Danielle Bartelstein, who left TCU in January to take a director of football relations job at Texas Tech. She will help coordinate team travel while also maintaining a recruiting database and serving as the contact for high schools and junior colleges.She worked in Auburn’s athletic business office and four years with the football program.N.C. State loses twoC.J. Leslie is joining teammate Lorenzo Brown by skipping his final season and entering the NBA Draft.The 6-foot-9 forward averaged a team-high 15 points to go with 7.4 rebounds.Freshman guard Rodney Purvis said he plans to transfer. He averaged 8.3 points and started 23 of the first 25 games.Two headline HallLongtime coaches Gene Keady and Rollie Massimino headline the 2013 class that will be inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame.Keady began his career at Western Kentucky before going 512-270 during 25 years at Purdue.Massimino spent 30 years coaching Stony Brook, Villanova, UNLV and Cleveland State.