Jimmy Teague has resigned as Greensboro College football’s offensive coordinator. Teague will be the new head coach at George Washington High School in Danville, Va.
“Jimmy Teague did a great job for us and deserves a great deal of credit for our success,” said Pride Head Coach Dr. Randy Hunt. “This really was great opportunity for Jimmy. We wish him well and expect to fill his position as soon as possible.”
Under Teague’s direction, The Pride averaged more than 20 points per game in his lone season as offensive coordinator. Greensboro also enjoyed its first winning record in USA South Conference competition, finishing 4-3 in conference games. The Pride (4-6) was forced to forfeit two non-conference wins after the team found out it had used an ineligible student-athlete early in its season.
GC ended the year with three straight conference wins. The Pride also produced its first-ever victories at Ferrum College and at Maryville College.
Teague was a state championship-winning coach at Reidsville High School. In 17 seasons with the Rams, he compiled a record of 198-40 and won four state titles in 2002, â€™03, â€™07 and â€™08. He retired following the â€™08 season after leading the Rams to their second consecutive undefeated season and state title. Teague owns a high school record of 228-83 in 24 seasons as a North Carolina high school football coach.
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