Georgia Tech: Cook hired as QBs coach

Georgia Tech: Cook hired as QBs coach

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]ryan Cook will be Georgia Tech’s quarterbacks coach.

Tech head coach Paul Johnson announced the hire on Twitter Friday evening.

Cook has been co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks and fullbacks coach at Cal Poly since 2009. He was head coach of Army’s West Point Prep team from 2004-2008.

This will be Cook’s second stint at Georgia Tech. He came to Tech as a graduate assistant under George O’Leary in 2001, and spent three seasons with the Yellow Jackets.

He replaces Brian Bohannon, who was chosen to lead the new program at Kennesaw State earlier this month.

Cook’s other coaching stints included stops as a defensive assistant at Lafayette in 2000 and as wide receivers coach at Ithaca, where he lettered in football and lacrosse as a student, in 1999.

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