Mick Cronin will not coach for the remainder of the season for Cincinnati while dealing with a non-life threatening vascular condition known as arterial dissection.
Cronin was diagnosed with the condition in mid-December during a routine check-up after complaining of lingering headaches.
Cronin told ESPN.com last week that he was feeling "great," but wasn't sure when doctors would clear him to coach again this season.
Cronin has missed the last three games against VCU, Wagner and N.C. State while awaiting further test results and treatment options. Associate head coach Larry Davis, who was the head coach at Furman from 1998 to 2006, will take Cronin's place as the acting head coach.