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Interview with Coach Jeff Traylor as he leaves Gilmer to coach for the Texas Longhorns


By JOE DODD

COACH JEFF TRAYLOR



Courtesy Photos / Joe Dodd<br>
COACH JEFF TRAYLOR packs up Thursday at the Gilmer Field House to move to Bellmont Hall on the UT campus, where he will be Tight Ends/Special Teams coach for Coach Charlie Strong's Texas Longhorns.
Courtesy Photos / Joe Dodd
COACH JEFF TRAYLOR packs up Thursday at the Gilmer Field House to move to Bellmont Hall on the UT campus, where he will be Tight Ends/Special Teams coach for Coach Charlie Strong's Texas Longhorns.
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On Friday the University of Texas announced that Gilmer head football coach and athletic director Jeff Traylor has accepted a coaching position with the Longhorns. Traylor will start his new job on Monday, February 16.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Interview with Coach Jeff Traylor as he leaves Gilmer to coach for the Texas Longhorns


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Coach Jeff Traylor: An irreplaceable leader moves to the next level

Read more: ETSN.fm - Gilmer’s Jeff Traylor Named New Tight Ends + Special Teams Coach At Texas

Read more: ETFinalScore.com - Gilmer Buckeyes head coach Jeff Traylor hired by Texas Longhorns

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