New Cleveland Browns head coach, Freddie Kitchens, spent part of last season as the Browns offensive coordinator. But his first stop in his coaching career was at Glenville State, coaching the Pioneers’ running backs and tight ends in 1999. That team finished 5-6, and scored 269 points that season.
The following year, Kitchens took a graduate assistant coaching job at LSU, where the head coach was West Virginia native, Nick Saban.
Kitchens will now look to lead Cleveland to the playoffs for the first time since 2002.