LBJ’s Jamal Fenner resigns as football coach over possible Texas Longhorns post

After taking the LBJ football program to new heights, Jamal Fenner stepped down as head football coach for the Austin School District.

Fenner resigned Monday to pursue other career opportunities, the American-Statesman coach confirmed. He has been involved with the University of Texas football program, where former high school football coach Chris Gilbert recently stepped down as the Longhorns’ director of high school relations.

Fenner will leave an indelible legacy at LBJ. He took over the program in 2018 following the death of head coach and Fenner mentor Andrew Jackson, and in his five years as head coach, he led LBJ to the most successful milestone in school history, including the program’s first place in the Class 4A of 2021. Division I is the name of the game. Overall, Fenner went 49-13 with 11 LBJ playoff wins.

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