Former Hoover High School coach Rush Propst led the Alabama high school to back-to-back state titles during the run of the MTV show “Two-a-Days.”

He then moved to Colquitt County high school in Georgia in 2007, winning 2 state titles there. Now, he’s reportedly on the move again.

Per a report from the Valdosta Daily Times, Propst will take over as the head coach of the Valdosta High School program. Per the report, the decision was approved by a narrow 5-4 margin by the school board.

Propst has been followed during his career by allegations of wrongdoing, as detailed by this article from 247Sports.

We’ll see how he fares at Valdosta High.