published Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Tim Daniels resigns as Red Bank’s head football coach

Red Bank High School's head coach Tim Daniels is seen in this file photo.
Red Bank High School's head coach Tim Daniels is seen in this file photo.
Photo by Dan Henry /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

After guiding Red Bank’s football program for 10 years, Tim Daniels has resigned as head football coach.

Daniels said he had been thinking about stepping down for some time and decided it was time.

“I don’t have any other coaching offers or anything else going. I’m just tired,” Daniels said. “I’ve been a head coach for 18 years, and while I love working with the kids and Red Bank High School, I’m just ready to take a step back.”

Daniels, who coached Loudon High School for eight years, compiled a 77-40 record with the Lions, including last season’s 7-4 finish, and has a 149-65 overall record.

about Stephen Hargis...

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