Kennesaw State’s new football program has snatched up another Georgia high school head coach.
Tim Glanton, who started football at South Paulding in 2006, has been hired by Kennesaw State’s Brian Bohannon.
”I am very excited to be part of the Kennesaw State coaching family,” Glanton said on Twitter. “They have a great adminstration and and great man in Coach Bohannon.”
In April, Bohannon hired Grant Chesnut from Central of Carroll County to be his offensive coordinator and offensive line coach.
Glanton’s record at South Paulding was 29-33. That included record of 6-4 each of the past three seasons. He also coached at East Paulding (2003-05) and Brooks County (1998-2000).
Glanton is expected to be a strong recruiter as he is widely known among Georgia’s head coaches because of recruiting expos that he has run the past several off-seasons.