FURMAN UNIV. (WSPA) – Former Furman player and assistant coach Clay Hendrix has been officially introduced as the head football coach for the Furman Paladins.
Another former Paladin, N.C. State assistant Des Kitchings, had a change of heart after initially accepting the job Friday night, according to Sports Illustrated, which was first to report his acceptance of the job.
Kitchings was among three finalist for the job along with Hendrix, and Charleston Southern head coach Jamie Chadwell.
Hendrix, a Commerce, GA native and husband of a Furman alumn and Taylors native, has been on the Air Force staff since 2007 and is the offensive line coach and associate head coach.
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