PORT ST. JOE, Fla. - Well, that didn't take long.
Less than two days after resigning as Head Football Coach/AD at Blountstown High School, Greg Jordan is set to be announced as the new Head Coach at Port St. Joe.
Superintendent Jim Norton confirmed with us this morning that he and Principal Josh Dailey are recommending Jordan, and, pending board approval, the hire will be made official Friday morning at an 8:00 AM EST meeting.
Jordan will replace John Palmer, who stepped down last Friday due to health concerns that sidelined him in 2017.
Jordan coached Blountstown for 12 seasons, with a 102-42 record and twice finished as 1A State Runner-Up.
Port St. Joe and Blountstown have long been considered rivals at the top of Class 1A, with one of the two schools advancing to the State Playoffs every year since 2013.
Jordan won't be able to meet with the team until Monday, as Gulf County Schools are out Friday because of the flu.
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