Tuesday, January 16, 2007

No Korn and now this...

Could this spell the end to the Byrnes H.S. dynasty? Will B Martin be able to swallow this recent news? No Korn to guide them and now this…..Bobby Bentley is to be the next coach at PC.

The Spartanburg paper said late Monday night that the Byrnes football coach has accepted the same position at Presbyterian College. A news conference is tentatively set for Wednesday morning on the Clinton campus, where Bentley will be announced as the head coach.
The job was vacated by Tommy Spangler earlier this month, as he took a defensive coordinator's position at Louisiana Tech.
Bentley has spent his entire coaching career at Byrnes and led the Rebels to four state championships. He has compiled a 106-51 record in 13 seasons at the school and built quite a program in the Duncan area that reloads and "recruits."

This is good news for Presbyterian College, which began a transition to Division I status and agreed to join the Big South Conference earlier this year. As the Blue Hose move toward Division I status, they will play a conference schedule during the 2008-09 school year, but those games will not count toward the league's standings or championships.
The Blue Hose won't be eligible for conference or NCAA championships until 2011.
Look out for the Blue Hose in ’11 but chances are Bentley will be gone by then and off to a bigger school.

Any thoughts???


Anonymous said...

I give him 2 years at PC then off to a big school in the SEC or ACC as off coord.

Smart Neck said...

maybe Korn will transfer to PC, might have a better chance to win there.