Curry agrees to start up Georgia State program

Updated: June 11, 2008, 7:40 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

Bill Curry has been the head coach at Georgia Tech, Alabama and Kentucky. He was a Pro-Bowler and won a championship in the NFL. Now it's on to a school without a team.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported on Wednesday that the current ESPN analyst has agreed to be the first football coach at Georgia State. The Atlanta school will begin play in 2010 in the division formerly known as I-AA and will play its home games in the Georgia Dome.

Curry will reportedly be introduced at a ...

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