Mike Glennie resigned due to "resistance to change" from Dexter school officials
Mike Glennie stepped down a month after taking the Dexter head football coaching job because of "resistance to change from various parties from within the school district," according to the Dexter Leader.
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Glennie agreed to become Dexter's next football coach in March, but resigned last Wednesday. He previously had coached Saline for 10 years and spent last year as an assistant at Pioneer.
Glennie went on to praise Dexter athletic director Mike Bavineau and said his "heart goes out" to Dexter's players, but the situation started to deteriorate after taking the job.
“The vision to make positive changes within the athletic department that he and I shared was not shared with various members of the community,” he said.
Glennie did not return a request for comment from AnnArbor.com last week.