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AFM’s National and Regional High School Coaches of the Yearby: David Purdum
© February 2013
Joseph led the Tigers to one of the most dominating seasons in Texas football history.
A last-minute playoff loss ended the Katy Tigers’ 2011 season. It marked the second straight season the Tigers had been close, but were unable to finish.
Head coach Gary Joseph was determined not to let that happen in 2012. “We had been competitive, but hadn’t finished. This year, we were going to become a more physical football team that was able to finish,” said Joseph, American Football Monthly’s National High School Coach of the Year. “This year was about growing up more than anything else.”
The Tigers’ maturity produced possibly the most dominant season of Joseph’s illustrious career.
Katy finished 16-0 and won the 5A Division II Texas state championship. Thirteen....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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