Rashaun Woods growing into new job on sidelines
OKLAHOMA CITY — After Rashaun Woods days of catching passes for Oklahoma State and in the NFL ended he turned to coaching football. The former All-American spent a year as an assistant at Star Spencer high school and the last three years as Millwood’s middle school head coach.
The Oklahoma City native won a championship in each of those seasons before taking over as John Marshall’s head football coach this past spring. Woods is doing his best adjusting to the new position and trying to help his new players both on and off the field.
John Marshall will play in the 2013 All-City Athletic Conference High School Football Preview versus Northeast High next Thursday. KFOR Sports, Nate Feken has Woods’ story as he begins his tenure leading John Marshall.
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