Brothers leaves Pope John Paul II for Nashville Christian School

Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 12:30am

Jeff Brothers, who has been football coach of the Pope John Paul II football program since its inception in 2002, has resigned to become coach at Nashville Christian School.

He announced his decision Friday.

He will replace Charlie Lansdell, who resigned recently, at NCS. He will take over a program that has won just three games in the past two seasons.

Brothers is a former standout player at Brentwood Academy and Vanderbilt. At Pope John Paul II be coached two-time Mr. Football winner Golden Tate (2005-06), who went became an All-American receiver at Notre Dame.

Brothers cited family reasons for his decision to leave the JPII job after eight seasons.

 

2 Comments on this post:

By: richgoose on 4/18/10 at 2:27

Pope John Paul is a great school. They cannot compete however at the MBA,Ensworth,Brentwood Academy level. I have no idea why he decided on Nashville Christian,but he must have been very frustrated with his prospects at Pope John Paul

By: SirKnight on 4/19/10 at 7:28

The article said he cited family reasons. Maybe NCS offered him more money than what JP2 could pay him or maybe he has children enrolled at NCS?

The rumblings at NCS have been to get more competitive in football like they once were many years ago.