Grayson’s Mickey Conn heading to Clemson

Grayson football

The only football coach that Grayson High School has ever had is leaving to take a coaching job in the college ranks.  Mickey Conn has announced that after 16 seasons as the head man of the Rams, he’ll be heading to Clemson.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Conn will be the Tigers’ quality control coach.

Conn led Grayson to an overall record of 137-48, winning won Class AAAAAA state championship.

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