Eisenhower names new head football coach
Eisenhower has named Jason Aubrey as its new football head coach, the school announced on Tuesday.
Aubrey has no head coaching experience, but he’s built his resume with several stints as a coordinator and position coach at schools in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. He replaces Mike Burris, who led the Eagles to a 9-22 record through three seasons at the helm.
He comes to Ike from North Garland High School in Garland, Texas, where he served as a receivers coach for two seasons. During Aubrey’s time with the team, the Raiders accumulated a record of 9-11 in the Class 6A division, averaging 23.75 points per game.
Prior to his move south, Aubrey spent a year as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Del City during the 2016 season. The Eagles’ offense averaged about 24.4 points under Aubrey’s direction, helping the team to a playoff berth and a 6-5 record.
It was there Aubrey first encountered Ike, defeating his future school, 41-34. Del City also encountered MacArthur that season, dropping a thrilling 24-21 decision in overtime.