I couldn’t help but notice Bill Hayes in the Bowman Gray Stadium press box on Saturday afternoon trying to be social in the chancellor’s suite. He did the social thing for sure, but he also kept an eye on the game and was squirming like a lot of WSSU fans when the Rams trailed 24-0 late in the third quarter.
The Rams wound up losing 31-13 but Hayes, the legendary former football coach of the Rams and the Aggies, is a football guy first. He also is a former athletics director at N.C. Central, Florida A&M and WSSU, where he retired a few years ago.
Hayes, 74, spends most of his days playing golf and still works out a lot at the Fulton YMCA. He’s also serious about raising money so kids can go to college.
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