KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) - Former Georgia Tech assistant coach Brian Bohannon is the first head football coach at Kennesaw State.
Athletic director Vaughn Williams made the announcement Sunday. Kennesaw State will start play in 2015.
The former Georgia receiver spent the past five seasons at Georgia Tech. He has 17 years of coaching experience at the college level, also working at Navy, Georgia Southern and Gardner-Webb.
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