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“Football in South Carolina is pretty big stuff and you, as head coach, are given the responsibility that’s so near and dear to people so you want to do the best job possible, respect the institution and uphold the tradition.”
Prior to taking the reins at South Carolina State, Pough spent five seasons as an assistant at the University Of South Carolina (USC), the last three as a running backs coach under legendary coach Lou Holtz.
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USC made back-to-back appearances in the Outback Bowl in 2000 and 2001. Before going to USC, Pough was one of the top high school coaches in the Palmetto State, leading Fairfield-Central to a perfect 15-0 record in 1996 and claiming the Class AAA state title, according to the school’s website.
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In his final two seasons (1973 and 1974) as a player for South Carolina State, the Orangeburg native and former offensive lineman helped the Bulldogs to a 15-7-1 record, a league crown and back-to-back postseason appearances seasons.
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When told that NNPA advertising executive Steven Larkin recalled a key block he made as a player to help the Bulldogs win a title, Pough laughed.
“I think I was a lot better player in my mind than I actually was,” he said.
“I was a short fat offensive linemen who probably should have just been happy to be out there. I had a great time and if I could go back to college and play at South Carolina State, I would.”
Pough has become a community treasure and, among the many honors and accolades, he was just named as one of the 12 individuals featured in the 2019 South Carolina Department of Education African-American History Calendar sponsored by AT&T.
The calendar annually honors 12 individuals who have made significant contributions to South Carolina and their professions, and serve as role models to the students and citizens of the state.
“My most important thing is the relationships I’ve had over the years with other coaches, and my players,” Pough said. “I’ve had a great relationship with faculty members, teachers … you rub off on the association that you have.”
If this is his last hurrah as head coach, Pough said he knows the ideal way to say goodbye.
“I want to win the rest of my games, that would be great,” he said.
“But, what I want most is for us to play as good as we can and for all the guys to do good in school. I want to continue treating guys the right way as we go off into the sunset.”