Georgia State University is enjoying its first season of college football, and now another Georgia institution is moving down that path. Kennesaw State University has had a committee studying the possibility of adding football, and it announced Wednesday that the panel was recommending that the team be added. There was, however, one glitch in the announcement. Vince Dooley, the legendary University of Georgia coach who led the committee, briefed the campus on the recommendations, announcing that he wanted to see football come to Kansas State University. The crowd corrected him.
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