Vince Dooley on his Involvement in KSU’s Football Program

He’s a college football legend in Georgia, having served as The University of Georgia’s head football coach for 25 seasons.

During his tenure, Coach Dooley averaged over eight wins a year, won six Southeastern Conference championships and one National Championship in 1980.

After that time, he became UGA’s Athletic Director and built one of the strongest college athletic programs in the country.  On December 2, 2009, Kennesaw State University hired Dooley to begin working as a consultant to KSU in the school’s drive to start a football program.

This fall, that program kicks off and Vince Dooley sits down with us to discuss the birth of a brand new college football program and what motivated him to get involved with Kennesaw State.   You can see the first home game right here on Atlanta’s CW at 4pm on September 12

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