DFW head coach leaving to take over as Todd Dodge's OC at Lovejoy

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Todd Dodge and the Lovejoy Leopards have found their new offensive coordinator in Keller Timber Creek head coach Marshall Williams.

Williams, who is known as one of the more dynamic offensive minds in the DFW area, led the Falcons the past four seasons, which included three playoff appearances. Last season was Williams' best with the Falcons, who posted a 7-4 record.

“Timber Creek is a special place with special kids," Williams said. "I’m extremely lucky to be the head coach here. I think it is one of those deals where it’s time for a reset for me and my family. The opportunity to work for Coach Dodge is an honor that was just too good to pass up. It’s really an amazing opportunity."

Williams has familiarity with Lovejoy as he’s spent a season there as an assistant on Todd Ford’s staff at Lovejoy. He’s also spent time as an assistant coach at Richland, Keller, Burleson, Round Rock Cedar Ridge, White Settlement Brewer and Southlake Carroll.

The Timber Creek job opening is the second Keller ISD head football job to open this offseason as Keller Central recently named Hurst Bell DC Eric Vance as its head coach.

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