Jeremy Bosken has a reputation of taking down and out football programs and turning them into winners. The Boyd-Buchanan Schoolis hoping that proves to be true again as the Buccaneers announced that Bosken has been hired as the school's new head football coach.
Bosken has most recently been the head coach at Knoxville Halls High School where he took a program that was tabbed to finish in the region cellar, and guided them to a 5-5 record and a trip to the TSSAA playoffs.
Prior to coming to Halls, Bosken was the offensive coordinator at Cleveland High School and prior to helping guide the Blue Raiders to a 7-3 record, he was the head coach at David Crockett High School in Jonesborough. In just four years Bosken had become the winningest coach in school history as the Pioneers were 20-20 in his tenure there.
Boyd-Buchanan athletic director Tommy Brown said, "We are very serious about restoring the glory to Buccaneer football, and we believe Coach Bosken can get it done. We had more than 200 applicants for the position and our search committee did a fantastic job."
Bosken stated that he was extremely honored to join the Boyd-Buchanan family. "After touring the school and spending time with the administrative team, I feel that is where my family needed to be. Rolling up our sleeves and getting to work is exciting and we will start building this program in the hallways, the classrooms as well as the weight rooms and onto the football field. We look forward to growing our family with the great Boyd-Buchanan tradition."
Bosken and his wife Alison have three young children, Breelyn, Bella and Brady.
A press conference to introduce Coach Bosken will be held Monday at noon in the Buccaneer Athletic Complex on the Boyd-Buchanan campus.