Meigs County’s Jason Fitzgerald is the Tennessee Titans Coach of the Week for August 28

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The National Football League‘s Tennessee Titans are honoring Meigs County head football coach Jason Fitzgerald as their Coach of the Week for August 28. Fitzgerald’s program will receive a $1,000 donation courtesy of the Titans Foundation, plus he is now in the running for the 2020 Titans’ Coach of the Year Award.

Fitzgerald took-over the Meigs County program in 2014. Last season, Fitzgerald led the Tigers to a runner-up finish in Class 2A, losing to Peabody in the state championship game 27-16.

This year, Meigs County is off to a 2-0 start.

Fitzgerald’s head coaching career began in 1999 at Rhea County High School, his alma mater. He’s also been a head coach at Hixson.

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