Coach’s Corner: GMC Bulldogs look to avoid repeat of 1-9 season

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Georgia Military College Bulldogs struggled last year with a 1-9 season, which made it their worst season since 2007 when they went without a single win.

This season, GMC will play a non-region schedule in hopes of building up their program into one that is associated with a winning tradition.

This is Steven Simpson’s fourth season as head coach of the Bulldogs.


The Bulldogs offense will be lead by returning junior Cory Bivins, who will be transitioning into the role of quarterback after playing as a wide receiver in 2015.

They will also be anchored on the line thanks to senior Grayson Goodwin, who is a four-year starter.


The defense will be deploying a lot of youth, as 7 of 11 starters will be freshmen and sophomores.

Coach Simpson believes this group will be more athletic, and is looking forward to “on the job training” situations his squad must endure.

FIRST GAME: August 19th at Treutlan.

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