LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) - Longtime McNeese State assistant football coach Carlos McGee has decided to retire at the end of this month.
McGee was a 4-year Cowboys wide receiver out of Port Barre High School and has been a part of McNeese State athletics for more than 21 years. He's coached several positions, including tight ends and running backs.
Cowboy head coach Matt Viator says he is now in the process of searching for McGee's successor.
McGee said Thursday that he has had a great career with McNeese and will always treasure his time with the university.
He says McNeese's future appears very bright with Viator in charge. McGee says Viator is "not just a great coach, but a tremendous guy."
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