Will Healy to Speak at Quarterback Club

Monday, November 11, 2013
UTC Receivers Coach Will Healy
UTC Receivers Coach Will Healy
- photo by UTC Sports Information

Chattanooga wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Will Healy is the featured speaker at today's Chattanooga Quarterback Club luncheon at noon at Finley Stadium.

Healy will discuss Saturday's 20-10 win against Wofford and this week's game at Samford.

Healy is a former all-state quarterback at Boyd-Buchanan and also played on the 2008 national championship team at the U. of Richmond.

The cost of lunch is $10 and the public is invited.


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