Coach’s Corner: Northeast’s 2-9 record worst in Bruce Mullen’s tenure


MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – In Bruce Mullen’s 13 seasons as head coach of the Northeast Raiders, their 2-9 record for 2015 stands as their worst mark in that span.

Despite the record which began with a 0-8 stretch, the Raiders still stumbled into the playoffs. They lost to Brooks County 48-0.

In the last two seasons, Northeast is a combined 5-16.


The Raiders averaged a total of 15.3 points-per-game last season.

They will have six returning starters, including quarterback Noah Ussery, running back Rontravious Williams, and linemen Solomon Davis and William Causey.


The defense will need work as they allowed 34 points-per-game in 2015.

Returning players: Alton Dennis, Anthony Barnett, Zacharie Hicks, and Vincent McCarthy.

FIRST GAME: August 26th versus Lamar County at Thompson Stadium.