After a two-year stint as a college coach, 32-year coaching veteran Joey McQueen is returning to his roots and to the area, accepting the athletic director-head football coach position at Florence during a school board meeting Monday evening.
McQueen spent five years at Lampasas, including three years as head coach, where he turned around the Badgers’ football program. Following a 20-game losing streak, McQueen guided Lampasas to its first district championship in 25 years before accepting a position as wide receivers coach at Hardin-Simmons. Now, McQueen will look to transform the Buffaloes, who went 1-9 last season.
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