Bohannon, those closest to him, feel KSU coach had ‘desire to be a winner’

by John Bednarowski The Marietta Daily Journal 03.27.13 - 12:36 am   Both with ties to the…

Georgia (Mar 27, 2013)

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by John Bednarowski
03.27.13 - 12:36 am

Both with ties to the red and black University of Georgia, Brian Bohannon, left, and Vince Dooley swapped the red for gold Tuesday as Bohannon was officially introduced as Kennesaw State’s first football coach. Dooley was the athletic director in Athens as his successor, Ray Goff, recruited Bohannon to be a Bulldog.


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