Four Questions with Seminole County coach Wes Williams

GHSF Daily asked Georgia head coaches to answer these four questions. We'll report from a different head coach each day.

Wes Williams, Seminole County

1. What is the most memorable game you've been a part of as a player or coach? "My most memorable game was probably 2012 vs. Dooly County. They had a really good team and so did we. We just couldn't stop them when it counted and gave them a score right before the half that came back to bite us. I probably remember it the most because we ended up losing, and it stings more than some of the others." [Dooly won 34-28 and advanced to the Class A public-school final.]

2. Which high school coach would you want your son to play for, and why? "I'd like my son to play for Drew Anthony, who is an assistant at Buford High School. I know what type of man he is and what he demands from his players, and I know he gets the most out of his guys. Plus, he's around a great staff up there every day and they know what it takes to win."

3. What is your pet peeve as a coach? "My pet peeve is entitlement. Kids feel they deserve so much in today's society. I feel like every person should earn what they get, but in today's America we have lots of people that don't feel the same way and it has trickled down to our schools."

4. Which GHSA policy or high school football rule would you most like to see changed? "I hope to see something done to level the playing fields in all the classifications. To me, the smaller the school, the more it matters how much of a difference there is in the numbers a school has. We have about 450 students and we compete in a region with some schools that are right at 800. That difference would not be as noticeable if we were talking about schools that already had over 1,500 students. It's never going to be perfect, but there are definitely some ways to make it better." [Williams' answers came before the GHSA voted this fall to expand to a seventh classification.]

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