The wait for another coaching job for former Crosby coach Jeff Riordan did not last very long as Tyler Chapel Hill named him to take over the football program. He takes over the Bulldog program after Jason Hooker resigned following a 1-9 season. Hooker, in two seasons as Bulldogs coach was 4-16. His overall record combined with four years at Brownsboro is 14-47.
Riordan has been an assistant at Texas A&M-Commerce, Lakeview Centennial and Sulphur Springs before taking the head coaching position at Crosby. While he was the offensive coordinator at Sulphur Springs, his Wildcat squad won the 2008 4A Division II State Championship over Dayton with an offense that gained 778 total yards. In his seven seasons as the Crosby Cougars head man, Riordan compiled a record of 66-18. His best showing at Crosby included a 13-2 in 2014.
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