Marcus Taylor Resigns as Rehobeth Head Football Coach

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REHOBETH, AL -- The Rehobeth Football Team is searching for a new head football coach. Marcus Taylor has resigned after just one season with the Rebels.

Taylor leaves Rehobeth after leading the team to a 1-9 record. Rehobeth hasn't made the playoffs since 2005.

Rehobeth Principal Matt Swann has promoted assistant coach Frankie Clark to interim head coach. Clark is a graduate of Rehobeth High School.

Taylor came to Rehobeth prior to the 2012 season from Andalusia High School, where he had served as an assistant with the Bulldogs. He replaced Neil Rumble, who was fired in 2011, after five seasons as Rebels head coach.

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