Alabama A&M Names Next Head Football Coach

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Director of Athletics Bryan Hicks has named James Michael Spady as the next Head Football Coach at Alabama A&M University.

James Spady

James Spady

Spady is in his fourth year as the Tight Ends and Co-Offensive Line coach at the University of Nevada. Spady was the Offensive Coordinator at Grambling from 2007-2009.  He also had coaching stops at North Carolina Central and South Carolina State.  He began his coaching career in 1995 at his alma mater (UTEP) where he started at center for the Miners from 1985-1988.

The NCAA selected Spady to participate in the Expert Football Coaches Academy in 2008. The program focused on assisting qualified, minority, assistant coaches with the skills and tools they need for career advancement. Spady has also completed two NFL Minority Coaches Internships with the Green Bay Packers and the Philadelphia Eagles.

A press conference to introduce Coach Spady will be held on Friday, January 3rd at 11:00 am in T.M. Elmore Gymnasiusm.

1 Comment

  • jamison-jones

    He better clean out that coaching staff! i don’t think those coaches were interested in coaching. they only play politics with their jobs to keep ’em. mofos been there 20-30 yrs, playing outdated offensive and defensive schemes…jones tried but that longevity culture for the sake of survival at the expense of results needs to change. its a $$$ BUSINESS

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