Ex-Kentucky coach Morriss accepts high school coaching job

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) - Former University of Kentucky head coach Guy Morriss is the new offensive line coach at Warren Central High School in Bowling Green.

The 63-year-old Morriss was Kentucky's coach from 2001-02 before leading Baylor for five seasons.

Morriss' resume also includes a year as an offensive line coach for Kentucky State in 2008. His other stops include serving as offensive line coach for the NFL's New England Patriots in 1988-89, two years as offensive line coach at Valdosta State in 1992-93 and a year as offensive line coach for the Arizona Cardinals in 1994.

Morriss was most recently the head coach at Texas A&M-Commerce from 2009-12.

Warren Central Principal Brad Tolbert told the Daily News Morriss will be a coach only and receive $2,700 for the season.

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