We welcome back this year to the United Way of White County Charity Golf Day, Sol Brannan, someone that played in the first Superbowl game for the KC Chiefs in 1966. Sol also played for the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals and the Detroit Lions in the NFL in a career spanning 10 years. Now with 30 years experience as a football player or coach Sol is currently the Head Coach for the Morris Brown College Wolverines in Atlanta.
Born in Savannah GA, Sol has another famous link to football being the player that scored the first touchdown in the history of the Cincinnati Bengals. He has been inducted into the City of Savannah Sports Hall of Fame, Extra Point Club, Inc., Sports Hall of Fame; the Morris Brown College Athletic Hall of Fame and the Morris Brown College National Alumni Association’s Louis English Memorial Sportsman Athletic Award.
Photo Credit: Michael Alexander - The Georgia Bulletin