Grant Redhead Resigns


Grant Redhead, Head Football Coach, has resigned from his coaching position with intent to retire from coaching citing the decision is what he feels is best for the football program, the community and his family.

In nine years as the Head Coach for the Bryan Golden Bears, Coach Redhead has made significant contributions to the football program and his dedication and passion for the sport have made an impact on student-athletes and beyond.

Coach Redhead expressed his gratitude to the school, the players, the coaching staff, and the community, saying, “Being the head football coach of Bryan has been an amazing chapter in my 28 year coaching career. Our community is outstanding and I want to thank them for all they have given to me and the program. Thank you to the football parents who have helped and supported the program. Finally, to my players past and present. Thank you for giving me your best. You will always have a special place in my memory. It is our relationships and bonds that I will miss the most. I will be your biggest supporter and fan moving forward. I will continue to serve our community as a teacher at BCS and will volunteer in the community. ”

Bryan City Schools and the athletic department fully support Coach Redhead’s decision.

“Coach Redhead has been an integral part of our football family. This decision was not an easy decision for him. His contributions to our program and in the community will not be forgotten.” said Athletic Director, Nathan Keel.

The search for a new head football coach to lead the program will begin promptly. Further updates on the coaching search will be provided in the coming weeks.

Coach Redhead will remain a classroom teacher at Bryan Middle/High School.

For more information, please contact:
Nathan Keel
Athletic Director