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Legendary Coach Robert Davis Passes Away

Legendary Warner Robins head coach Robert Davis passed away this morning at age 77. Coach Davis was an instrumental part of Houston County sports and Warner Robins Football. He coached the Demons from 1973 to 1996 and won 3 state titles and 2 national championships. Below is Tom Mobley’s interview with Coach Davis from 2015.

During his career, Robert “Bob” Davis racked up 36 seasons, more than 350 wins, 16 City Championships, 17 Region Championships, two National Championships, and three state titles as a head football coach. In 2011, the retired coach was inducted into the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame. Coach Davis spent 24 of those illustrious seasons with the Warner Robins Demons, winning state championships in 1976, 1981 and 1988 and national championships in 1976 and 1981.

Conversations with Tom Mobley is a monthly podcast series featuring coach-to-coach conversations with some of Houston County and Middle Georgia’s winningest coaches. Each month, Coach Mobley will sit down with these local legends to discuss their career milestones, football insights, and personal inspirations. This month, Coach Mobley talks one-on-one with retired Coach Robert “Bob” Davis.

During his tenure as Head Girls Basketball at Warner Robins High School, Coach Mobley amassed 416 wins, as well as coaching football, track, soccer, volleyball and tennis. These days, Coach Mobley is focused on his work and ministry with the FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) in Middle Georgia, covering a 5-county areas.

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