After a two year run at Lincoln County, Tim Johnson is heading back to Williamson County and will tackle eight man football.
Johnson was introduced as the new head football coach at Franklin Christian Academy, a small private school in Franklin that plays eight man football in the Middle Tennessee Athletic Conference (MTAC).
He replaces Steve Adams who led the program the last three seasons.
“I’m so excited to become a member of the Franklin Christian Academy family. The leadership and faculty at FCA are an amazing group of caring and talented educators. I also look forward to reconnecting with former players and families in Franklin with so many great relationships from my Franklin High and BGA days. I believe FCA is ideally positioned to build championship athletic programs, not only in football but across the board as we continue to grow. FCA is committed to providing loving Christian education to develop great servant-leaders. I’m all in on that,” Johnson said.
Johnson’s record at Lincoln County was 7-10 and his overall coaching record is 66-45 after stops at Franklin (2002-04), Giles County (2005) and BGA (2006-09)
He led Franklin to three Class 5A playoff appearances as the Rebels finished as the 5A runner up to Riverdale in 2004 and BGA made back to back playoff appearances in 2008 and 2009.
After leaving BGA, Johnson transitioned into administration as he served as the headmaster at Pulaski Academy (AR) for five years (2010-14) before coming back to Tennessee to be the headmaster at Davidson Academy for three years (2015-17).
Currently there are 13 schools looking for a head coach they are: Cheatham County, Fairley, Fayette Academy, First Assembly Christian, Harding Academy, Hickman County, Silverdale, Southwind, Tipton Rosemark, Volunteer, Westview, Whites Creek and York Institute
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