He's the new head Rebel at Groves High School and let's just say he's a rebel with a cause. He's Richard Redding and his mission to win.
Redding takes over the reigns at Groves High from Karl Demasi, who's team went 7-4 a season ago.
Redding comes to Ggroves from Westside Macon where he was an assistant coach.
He's no stranger to how it's done under the lights friday night. Which makes the next few weeks of practice of the utmost importance for him and his team.
"Right now we're in the learning process. We got 44, 45, 46 kids out for practice and 5 new coaches. So we're basically learning each other so our expectations right now are to get better each day." says Redding.