Ken Browning has emerged as one of the top football coaches in North Carolina at both the high school and collegiate level. Since 1993, he has served as an assistant coach on the football staff at the University of North Carolina in several different capacities and under several head coaches. Prior to that, he forged an outstanding record as a head coach from 1970 to ’75 at Ledford and then from 1976 through ’93 at Northern Durham, including 10 straight league crowns at Northern. He compiled a brilliant 214-54-6 mark as a head coach. His Knight teams went 43-2 during his last three years and earned the NCHSAA state 4-A crown in 1993. A number of his former players and assistant coaches went on to be high school head coaches. Browning was head coach of the North Carolina Shrine Bowl team in 1993 and is a member of the Guilford College Sports Hall of Fame.
July 8, 2019