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Byrd's Suggs wins 5A Coach of the Year

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After falling one game short of a state championship this season, C.E. Byrd's head football coach Mike Suggs has been named Class 5A Coach of the Year.  Suggs has been the head coach of the Yellow Jackets for 16 years and led his team to a one loss season in 2013, and of course a trip to the Superdome.  This is Suggs' third coach of the year title, winning in 2002 and 2011, and he is also Byrd's all time winningest coach.

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