MARBLE FALLS (AP) — Todd Dodge is returning to Texas high school coaching five years after a dominant run of four state championships in five seasons.
Dodge was hired Monday night at Marble Falls, ending a college stint that started when North Texas hired Dodge after he went 79-1 in a five-season stretch at Southlake Carroll.READ MORE: Public Utility Commission Grills ERCOT Over Its Call For Texans To Conserve Energy This Week
The rare move from high school to a Division I program didn’t work out for Dodge. He was 6-37 before getting fired in the middle of his fourth season at North Texas. He was the quarterbacks coach at Pittsburgh last year.
Dodge’s overall high school record is 124-46 at four schools.READ MORE: Feds Warn Against Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Cards
Marble Falls is 50 miles northwest of Austin, where Dodge has family ties and was a starting quarterback for Texas in the 1980s.
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