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Q&A: Charlie Cobb on the future of Georgia State football
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Exclamation Q&A: Charlie Cobb on the future of Georgia State football
Q&A: Charlie Cobb on the future of Georgia State football
2:25 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014 | Filed in: Sports


Charlie Cobb just finished his first football season as Georgia State’s athletic director, during which the Panthers were 1-11 and often played to small crowds.

While very optimistic about the future of the program, Cobb also recognizes that there is a lot of work to do with fundraising, construction and interest to help coach Trent Miles and his program fulfill its potential.

Cobb last week shared his thoughts on the team, his plans for the department and the process it will take to transition Georgia State into a competitive football team in the Sun Belt Conference.

There is hope for Panthers fans and that hope that doesn’t bank on the Turner Field acquisition proposal.....
12-10-2014 07:34 AM
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