Oskaloosa High School Announces New Head Football Coach

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The Oskaloosa school board approved the hiring of Brett Doud as the new high school head football coach on Tuesday. Doud, a 2003 Oskaloosa High School graduate, was a 3A first team all-state defensive back for the Indians in 2002-03 and was also the 2003 Shrine Bowl MVP. After high school, he began his college football career at Iowa State as a preferred walk-on for the Cyclones. Later, he transferred to Central College and was four-year starter for the Dutch at defensive back where he still holds records today. Doud most recently has been the Offensive Coordinator for Oskaloosa since 2016. Doud takes over for former head coach Jake Jenkins, who resigned last month after a report of an unwanted advance toward a former student were shared in a social media post.

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