Karl Morgan will be coaching football when the 2014 football season begins.

After being fired by Mississippi Valley State at the end of the 2013 regular season, Morgan accepted the head coach job at Coahoma Community College in Clarksdale, Miss.

“One thing I can promise you, I will give you 100 percent every day that I am here,” Morgan said.

“I was excited about the motivation to win here, I could feel that everyone here is serious about turning this program around and I’m glad to be able to be a part of that.”

Morgan amassed a record of 8-35 in four seasons as MVSU’s head coach.

Morgan’s best season at MVSU was in 2012 when the Delta Devils finished 5-4 in the SWAC.

“There are four steps to winning, first you lose big, then you lose by a little, then you win by a little, and then you win big,” Morgan said. “That’s what we are going to do, start progressing forward. I am not going to make huge promises, I am just going to promise that you will have my best each and every day.”



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