Football Exploratory Committee Explores the Options

Football Exploratory Committee Explores the Options

Georgia (Jun 11, 2010) — Last December, KSU President Daniel S. Papp launched a 33-member committee to look into the viability of starting a football program. The Football Exploratory Committee is working, by way of several subcommittees, to produce a final report by early fall. If it does decide that football is a go, KSU could have its own team as early as 2013.

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