PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Bozeman High School wrapped up their month-long search into a new head football coach.
The school has announced that Jason Griffin has been hired to lead the Bucks’ program.
He is replacing Lyle Messer, who resigned on January 9th.
Griffin has been coaching in Bay County for the last 20 years as an assistant, most recently at Arnold High School as Offensive Coordinator and Associate Head Coach.
He's also spent time with the Rutherford Rams and Mosley Dolphins.
This is his first head coaching job.
Many see Griffin as a quarterback guru, having coached Dallas divas and most recently all Bay-County first-teamer Cade Ledman.
Griffin says the Bozeman job is one he's always had his eye on, and when the position opened up he was immediately interested.
He calls Bozeman a great place with a lot of potential to build a strong program.
It is not known when he will officially start at the school.
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