January 20, 2020

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Randy Murphree Resigns After Four Seasons at Dickson County

Randy Murphree Resigns After Four Seasons at Dickson County

After four seasons of leading the Dickson County football program, Randy Murphree has resigned.

The Cougars who are looking for their first playoff appearance since 2012 went 8-32 under Murphree.

“Coach Randy Murphree has been the head football coach at Dickson County High School for four years.  He has a fantastic work ethic, a love for the game of football, and a passion to try to bring out the best in his players.  He has been on staff with us for 16 years. We wish him the best in any future coaching endeavors,” Dickson County principal Joey Holley said.

Dickson County is coming off a 1-9 season and the best season under Murphree came in 2016 and 2018 as they were 3-7 both seasons.

The Cougars will have a six game losing streak heading into the  2020 season.

Before taking over the Cougar program, Murphree served as an assistant at Dickson County for 12 years (2004-15).

Murphee also served as the head football coach at Hickman County for four seasons (1998-2001) and led the Bulldogs to a playoff appearances in 1998.

Currently there are 16 schools  looking for a head coach they are: Carter, Cheatham County, Douglass, Fairley, Harding Academy, Hixson, Liberty, Loretto, Marion County, Red Boiling Springs, Silverdale, Southwind, Station Camp, Westview, Whites Creek and York Institute

 

Contact Donovan at donovans1222@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter at Examine_Stew

 

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