Bryan Love was named head football coach and athletic director of LCHS Tuesday night at a called school board meeting.Love spent the last three years as head coach at Westlake High where he went 24-11. His 2015 team went 10-3.More to follow…”It’s an honor to be here,” said coach Love. “I think Lamar County is a hidden gem and I want to take the program to next level. To do that, we have to make sure the athletes are doing well academically which is the reason why they are each here. At the end of the day, we want to order some of these (holding up his championship ring).” Love will be transitioning from a 6A program at Westlake High School in Fulton County to Lamar’s 2A program, but he said there is tremendous opportunity for Lamar County students. He discussed getting local students recognized by posting video on social media for scouts to see, taking students to college games to encourage them to pursue scholarships, working with recreation league coaches and bridging the gap between middle school and high school athletes.