Monday, April 01, 2013

Football Ahead AT ETSU
With the blessing of the Tennessee Board of Regents, East Tennessee State University will be moving ahead with their proposed football program. President Brian Nolan says there's a lot of work and it will take support from everyone to have a successful football program.Top leadership jobs and structure changes to the school's athletic department have yet to be revealed. Major announcements about football plans for the Johnson City school are expected in the coming weeks and months. The $5 million start up of football program could have a team on the field by 2015.(CS)

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