Coaching Carousel 2024

Pflugerville Concordia High School announced today the hiring of Mr. Thomas Osip, as he will join CHS as the Admissions Director and Head Football Coach. He is a great fit for the mission and vision for Concordia High School.

The school stated that Griffin-Osip was born in Virginia but moved to Texas after 8 years. He currently resides in Round Rock where he has lived for the past 19 years. They also stated that he has over a decade of experience in 6-man football both as a player and coach.
 
Hearing that Baird is hiring Nathan Hayes from Benjamin
From Big Country Blitz
Thanks to Al Pickett for the scoop on this one: Baird is hiring four-time state championship coach Nathan Hayes as the new head coach/AD for the Bears.

Hayes coached Benjamin to the last two 1A Division II state titles.

Huge get for Baird, who will also get his talented sons: senior-to-be Tallon and sophomore-to-be Keegan.

Both were all-state players last season.

It also brings up the question (again?) of where will their star teammate Grayson Rigdon play for his senior season?
 
From Big Country Blitz
Thanks to Al Pickett for the scoop on this one: Baird is hiring four-time state championship coach Nathan Hayes as the new head coach/AD for the Bears.

Hayes coached Benjamin to the last two 1A Division II state titles.

Huge get for Baird, who will also get his talented sons: senior-to-be Tallon and sophomore-to-be Keegan.

Both were all-state players last season.

It also brings up the question (again?) of where will their star teammate Grayson Rigdon play for his senior season?
According to comments from both sons it’s not true
 

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It’s that time of year where rumors and speculation run wild. Opportunities always present themselves for Coaches at this time. I would imagine Coach Hayes has or will be given plenty of these opportunities. He’s not new to this. He will do what is right for him and his family no doubt. Whatever that is. As for GR personally I think he’s made a big enough splash that he’s getting some good looks from some good programs. Moving up to 11 man might seem like the thing to do and maybe so. Personally it would be hard to pass up winning 4 state titles. Not many athletes in any sport on any level has that bragging right. Obviously there’s no guarantees to that but I like his odds if he stays in 6Man. Wherever that might be.
 
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