Former Mizzou offensive lineman named head coach of local high school
Battle High School in Columbia seems to enjoy hiring former Missouri Tigers as the head football coach.
Recently, former Tiger Atiyyah Ellison resigned as the team’s head coach to take a role as the director of player development at Mizzou.
Well, Battle High School simply turned to another ex-Tiger. As you can see below, the school announced it had hired former Mizzou OL Jonah Dubinski as its new head coach:
Jonah Dubinski is introduced to his players for the first time as the Head Coach of the Battle Football program!
— Battle Athletics (@BattleAthletics) July 27, 2021
Dubinski played at Mizzou for 4 years before he had to medically retire after suffering an injury. That medical retirement came in 2019.
He has since spent time as an offensive line coach at Rock Bridge and the offensive coordinator at Capital City High School.