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Coach Brad Peterson puts rumors to rest; he is still BHS head football coach

Brad Peterson (Source: WLBT archives) Brad Peterson (Source: WLBT archives)
BRANDON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Late tonight WLBT sports confirmed Brandon High School head football coach Brad Peterson is still their head coach.

We reached out to Peterson who says he has given his resignation as Athletic Director for BHS and it's effective February 1, 2015. 

Peterson says he is still head football coach at BHS. 

In response, the Rankin County School District gave us this statement:

"As of today, no official resignation has been presented to the Rankin Co. school board for approval."

We are following the story and as more information becomes available we will let you know.

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