Alabama A&M Football Coaches

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Alabama A&M Football Coaches

Football Coaching Staff

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Name Title Email Extension
James Spady James Spady Head Football Coach James.Spady@aamu.edu
Andy Fuller Andy Fuller Assistant Head Coach / Tackles and Tight Ends andy.fuller@aamu.edu 256-372-4180
Travis Pearson Travis Pearson Defensive coordinator/secondary travis.pearson@aamu.edu (256) 372-4018
Willie  Totten Willie Totten Quarterbacks/Running backs willie.totten@aamu.edu 256-372-4017
Marlon Watson Marlon Watson Defensive line marlon.watson@aamu.edu (256)372-4152
Keith Wagner Keith Wagner Offensive line keith.wagner@aamu.edu (256) 372-4019
Ryan O'Hara Ryan O’Hara Wide receivers
Clifton Herbert Clifton Herbert Cornerbacks clifton.herbert@aamu.edu 256-372-5096
Tracy Buckhannon Tracy Buckhannon Linebackers
Lonnie Brown Lonnie Brown Head strength and conditioning coach
Rynel  Butler Rynel Butler Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach rynel.butler@aamu.edu
Terry Smith Terry Smith Athletic Trainer terry.smith@aamu.edu 256-372-8458
Hank Harris Hank Harris Football Equipment henry.harris@aamu.edu 256-372-4012
Dedrick Bartie Dedrick Bartie G.A. Strength coach
Joshua Woods Joshua Woods Defensive student assistant

The Alabama A&M Bulldogs are the college football team representing the Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University. The Bulldogs play in NCAA Division I Football Championship as a member of the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

The Alabama State Hornets are A&M’s arch-rival as the teams play annually in the Magic City Classic on the last Saturday in October at Historic Legion Field. A&M and State first played each other in 1924, though the annual classic series began in 1941 in Birmingham, which is roughly halfway between the two campuses. The two competed from 1947–1975 in Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The rivalry has intensified since A&M joined State in the Southwestern Athletic Conference in 1999, with the two teams regularly in contention for the Eastern Division Crown. Alabama A&M leads the overall series 40-39-3.

 

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