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Belton to recommend Bob Shipley as AD/FB Coach
Sunday, 2nd March 2014 - 9:14AM
Belton I.S.D. interviewed 6 candidates this week, and sources telling me Bob Shipley will be recommended as their next AD/Head Football Coach on Monday.

Shipley has been on the University of Texas staff since the spring of 2013.

He has been a head coach at Brownwood (39-14), Coppell (15-7), Burnet (54-19), Rotan (18-6), and was also an assistant coach at Graham HS, Temple HS, and his Alma Mater, Abilene Christian.

If approved, Shipley will replace Rodney Southern, who is now the head football coach at Huntsville High School.


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Lake Travis O.C. offered Pine Tree Job
Wednesday, 19th February 2014 - 7:29PM
Pine Tree I.S.D. officials offered their AD/Head Football Coaching position to Lake Travis Cavaliers offensive coordinator David Collins after a meeting on Monday afternoon.

Terms of a contract have been finalized, based on school board approval.

Collins, 36, has been the offensive coordinator at Lake Travis for the last three years. He's also been an offensive coordinator at Mabank and Garland, and an assistant coach for one year at Allen High in 2003.

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East and Central Texans in SB XLVIII
Sunday, 2nd February 2014 - 10:50PM
Here is the list of former East and/or Central Texas high school football players in Super Bowl XLVIII:

Seattle Seahawks:

Joseph "Red" Bryant, DE, Jasper H.S.
Jeremy Lane, DB, John Tyler H.S.

Denver Broncos:

Louis Vasquez, OT, Corsicana H.S.
Rodney Southern hired by Huntsville
Friday, 31st January 2014 - 12:49PM
The Huntsville ISD school board approved the hiring of Rodney Southern as their Boys Campus Coordinator and head football coach.


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Fairfield's Rose III commits to New Mexico State...
Friday, 31st January 2014 - 12:49PM
Fairfield's record-breaking and all-state running back, Larry Rose III, has committed to play college football at New Mexico State, and Rose III told David Smoak, "I knew soon after I landed in Las Cruces that New Mexico State was for me, I'm excited about helping with the rebuilding there."

Rose III, who ran for 2,979-yards and 52 touchdowns as a senior, was disappointed in the lack of offers despite his huge senior season, "I want to do big things at New Mexico State and I want people in Texas to ask how schools in Texas let me get away," Rose III added, "but, I'm so appreciative that Coach (Doug) Martin and his staff are giving me this chance, thank God, I'm so excited for the opportunity."

Rose III led Fairfield to the Class 3-A, Division II State Championship Game, where the Eagles lost to Argyle, 38-33, he rushed for 260-yards and two touchdowns in the loss.
 
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