According to Alabama A&M officials, James Spady will not return as Head Football Coach.
The Director of Athletics, Bryan Hicks, made the announcement.
“After careful and deliberate observation of our football program, we felt a change was needed. We thank Coach Spady for his efforts and leadership of the football program and wish him much success in his future endeavors,” said Hicks.
According to the Alabama A&M athletics website, Spady spent four seasons as the football team's head coach.
Alabama A&M University adds they will be making a personnel decision in the immediate future.
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