UTC's Jeff Durden to Speak at Quarterback Club

Lunch Today at Noon

Monday, October 21, 2013
UTC Offensive Coordinator Jeff Durden
UTC Offensive Coordinator Jeff Durden
- photo by UTC Sports Information

UTC offensive coordinator Jeff Durden is the featured speaker at today's Chattanooga Quarterback Club lunch at Finley Stadium at noon.

Durden will discuss the Mocs' 20-9 win this past Saturday at Elon and the upcoming home game with The Citadel Saturday at Finley Stadium.

The Mocs are 5-2 overall and in second place in the Southern Conference at 2-1.

The cost of the lunch is $10 and is open to the public.



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