Marty Galbraith, an NFL assistant the past seven seasons with the Tennessee Titans, is coming back to Georgia to be head coach of Harrison High in Kennesaw.
Gailbraith, 62, has been a coach for 40 seasons and had stops at Georgia Tech, Purdue, Wake Forest, LSU, Pittsburgh, Marshall and N.C. State. He’s also coached in the USFL.
From 1995 to 1997, after leaving Tech, he was head coach at Lassiter in marietta and was 19-11 in three seasons.
Galbraith replaces David Hines, who was 22-21 in four seasons. Harrison had been 125-58 and reached the Class AAAAA final in 2000 under Bruce Cobleigh, for whom the football stadium is now named.
Galbraith’s coaching history:
2012: Head Coach, Harrison (Ga.) High School
2005-11: Asst. Special Teams, Tennessee Titans
2004: Offensive Coordinator, Duke
2003: Tight Ends, Arizona Cardinals
2000-02: Offensive Line/Offensive Coordinator, N.C. State
1998-99: Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coord./Offensive Line, Marshall
1995-97: Head Coach, Lassiter (Ga.) High School
1994: Defensive Backs, Pope (Ga.) High School
1992-93: Tight Ends/Special Teams, Georgia Tech
1991: Tight Ends/Special Teams, Pittsburgh
1989-90: Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line, Wake Forest
1987-88: Tight Ends/Offensive Line, Louisiana State
1986: Offensive Line, Arizona Outlaws (USFL)
1985: Offensive Line, Kansas City Chiefs
1983-84: Offensive Line, Tampa Bay Bandits (USFL)
1978-82: Offensive Line/Defensive Backs, Wake Forest
1977: Wide Receivers, Purdue
1974-76: Offensive Line, Joplin (Mo.) Memorial High School
1973: Grad Asst./Defensive Backs, Northwest Missouri State