Greenberg will be a studio analyst for ESPN throughout the college basketball season and will call select games. He will also contribute commentary to ESPN Radio, ESPN.com and other ESPN outlets, according to the news release.
Before being fired by Virginia Tech in April, Greenberg served as a guest analyst for ESPN during the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
Former Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl has been hired in the same capacity as Greenberg by ESPN. Additionally, former University of Michigan and NBA star Jalen Rose will be a featured analyst on the ESPN weekly show College GameDay, and work on other studio program.
Greenberg coached the Hokies for nine seasons, posting a 170-123 record. Prior to that he was coached South Florida and Long Beach.
One reason Virginia Tech athletic director Jim Weaver gave for firing Greenberg was a lack of "family environment" within the program.
To read the news release from ESPN, click here.