Joe White steps down as Rhodes Head Football Coach
(Story taken from the Rhodes College
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Rhodes College announced yesterday afternoon that Joe White - a distinguished member of the campus community since 1997 - has tendered his resignation as the institution's head football coach.
Coach White's fourteen years as the Lynx head coach is the longest tenure by a Rhodes head football coach in school history, and he ranks second in all-time wins at Rhodes with 64.
"It is with a measure of sadness that I have accepted Coach White’s resignation today,” said Rhodes Director of Athletics Mike Clary. "Joe has the utmost integrity and professionalism. He gave his heart and soul to the Rhodes football program."
"We at the College appreciate all that Coach White has brought to us during his time on campus and we wish him very well. We have nothing but respect for the dedication he has shown to the program and to the College,” said Clary.