By Tim Peterson
(Burbank) – Burbank turned to a familiar face to lead its football program. Adam Colman, who has been an assistant since 2013, and was a former quarterback for the Bulldogs, was named the new head coach Friday. Colman, who is a teacher on campus as well, takes over for Richard Broussard who stepped down in December after leading Burbank to a CIF Final appearance. Colman graduated from Burbank in 2011 where he was the starting quarterback.
“He’s a good man, mature beyond his years. I’m so proud and happy for him,” said Burbank DC Manuel Lemus. “His bond with the boys these past few seasons have made this program feel like a family.”
Colman was the quarterbacks coach and also the JV coach this past season.