NEW ORLEANS - All of Curtis Johnson's families were at Tulane University's Wilson Center Monday afternoon as the Saints wide receivers coach was named the Green Wave's new head football coach.
There was his wife Angel and many other members of his family, who made the short drive from the River Parishes. There was his Saints family, including head coach Sean Payton, general manager Mickey Loomis and a half-dozen of his wide receivers.
And his new family – the Tulane family – was out in full force to welcome the New Orleans native and St. Charles High graduate to his new home.
It was a historic afternoon as Johnson, the 39th head football coach in Tulane history, became the first African-American to take over leadership of the program.
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