By: Kevin Keane, Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
Updated- January 22, 2019
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- Godby High School head football coach Corey Fuller is leaving the Cougars to pursue another coaching job in the area.
Fuller announced Monday he was leaving Godby via Instagram.
Tuesday afternoon, Fuller was introduced as the head football coach at Gadsden County High School. Fuller previously coached at East Gadsden High School for two years.
BREAKING: Per his Instagram, Corey Fuller is stepping down at HC at Godby HS.— Kevin Keane (@KeaneTheDream) January 22, 2019
Sources tell me it’s a “done deal” that he’ll be the new HC at Gadsden County. pic.twitter.com/5WDRLoB5Q7
Fuller replaces Joey Striplin, who suffered a heart attack in November.
Fuller went 22-3 in two years at Godby, posting records of 11-1 and 11-2. Gadsden County went 0-10 this past year.