Kennesaw State names first football coach

dshirley@macon.comMarch 24, 2013 

Brian Bohannon was named Kennesaw State’s first football head coach Sunday.

Bohannon has spent the past five seasons as the quarterbacks/B-backs coach at Georgia Tech.

“This is an extremely exciting moment in Kennesaw State University history,” athletics director Vaughn Williams said in a release from the school. “Coach Bohannon embodies every value, characteristic and skill set that we look for when choosing head coaches to lead our student-athletes. Brian has distinguished himself as a servant leader who will build a program the right way. I can’t wait to kick off that football in 2015.”

Bohannon will be introduced at a press conference inside the Owls’ locker room at Fifth Third Bank Stadium at 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Kennesaw State’s first season is set for 2015.

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