Georgia Military College athletic director, head football coach Bert Williams to retire

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Milledgeville, GEORGIA (41NBC/WMGT) – Georgia Military College athletic director and head football coach Bert Williams is calling it a career.

Williams has decided to retire after 23 years at GMC.

He started his career in 1997 as an offensive coordinator and assistant coach. He also finished with a record of 156-58 since being named head coach and athletic director in 2000.

November 3 will be his last day. He has a retirement date of January 1. Williams says though a difficult decision, but he wants to focus on his cancer.

 

 

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