Former DB football coach, current E&H offensive coordinator stepping down for health reasons

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EMORY, Va. (WJHL)- Emory & Henry College football officials announced on their website Wednesday that offensive coordinator, Graham Clark is stepping down as offensive coordinator due to “non-life threatening” health issues.

In January, we reported the long-time Dobyns-Bennett head coach was headed to his alma mater to become the offensive coordinator.

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In the statement on Emory & Henry’s website it read in part, ” “I loved my brief time being back at Emory & Henry College,” said Clark. “I think the world of Head Coach Curt Newsome and the Wasps coaching staff, and I wish them the best of luck this coming season.”

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