Football Staff to Speak at GACA

June 13, 2001 · MT Media Relations
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - The Middle Tennessee football coaching staff was honored today by being selected to speak at the 2001 Georgia Athletic Coaches Association . Andy McCollum's staff will join Mississippi State and Georgia as this year's featured coaching staffs. The Blue Raiders will have the entire day on July 11, while MSU will go on July 12 and Georgia will take half the day on July 13.

The Annual Summer Clinic, which draws 800-1,000 high school coaches, runs July 9-13 and coincides with the Georgia State All-Star Game.

"Middle Tennessee is just a great fit for our clinic," said Ray Broadaway, executive director of the GACA. "The Middle Tennessee program is up and coming and on the run, plus Andy and his staff do a tremendous job of recruiting our state. We have people talking about Middle Tennessee that had never done so before. They have recruited some great players from this state and have done so in a first class manor. We are excited about having them here in July."

Along with McCollum, seven other members of the Blue Raider staff will be speaking at this year's event. Steve Davis (defensive coordinator), Larry Fedora (offensive coordinator), Kevin Fouquier (linebackers), Howard McMahan (defensive tackles), Alex Robins (quarterbacks) and Kacy Rodgers (defensive ends) will all be sharing information about their respective areas of coaching.

"It says a lot about what's happening with our program at Middle Tennessee and is an honor for our staff to be chosen to speak at the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association's Summer Clinic," McCollum said. "This is a great opportunity to talk about our program in Georgia and tell them the positive direction we're headed at Middle Tennessee. We are excited about this opportunity and are very grateful to the GACA.".

The clinic is being held at the Ramada Inn Conference Center in Atlanta, GA.

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