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Guy Morriss Named A&M-Commerce Head Football Coach

Texas A&M University-Commerce announced Wednesday the hiring of Guy Morriss as the new head football coach.

Morriss, the former head coach at Baylor University from 2003-2007 and the University of Kentucky from 2001-2002 played15 years in the NFL. Morriss attended Sam Houston High School in Arlington and later Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. He then went on to the NFL where he played for the Philadelphia Eagles (1973-1983) and the New England Patriots (1984-87). As a player, he participated in Super Bowl XV with the Eagles and Super Bowl XX with the Patriots.

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