Brandon Guzman to coach Winslow Bulldogs football

WINSLOW, Ariz. - Brandon Guzman has been named the Winslow High School varsity football coach replacing B. J. Little who was elected Winslow Justice of the Peace. Guzman was a four year letterman at Winslow High School and graduated in 2003. He played at Scottsdale Community College and Southern Utah University.

Guzman has been an assistant coach at Winslow High School for the past three years where he coached the offensive and defensive lines and special teams.  He had coached at Western New Mexico University for three years where he specialized in strength and conditioning and coached tight ends and running backs and offensive linemen.  He coached one year at Scottsdale Community College, mostly working with linebackers.

During his playing career at Winslow High School Guzman was an All Sectional and All-State selection, was twice a team captain and was an All Star Game participant.  At Scottsdale Community College he was a two year starter and guard and center and was named to the All Maricopa Team his sophomore year. At Southern Utah University he was a two year starter at guard and center.

Guzman is the son of Michael and Sally Guzman of Winslow and is looking forward to continuing the success of Winslow football teams in the tradition established by such coaches as B. J. Little and the legendary Emil Nasser.


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