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April 1998

April 1998


Ole Miss' Tommy Tuberville Rebel With A Cause

To both cheers and jeers, Tuberville has questioned the presence of the Confederate flag at Ole Miss games.
by: Richard Scott
Birmingham Post-Herald
© April 1998

Legendary Alabama coach Paul "Bear" Bryant used to say that luck is when preparation meets opportunity. With his quick climb up the college coaching ladder, Tommy Tuberville might seem like a lucky guy, but he's really just living proof of Bryant's coaching axiom.

From his days as a high school in Arkansas to his current job as the head football coach at Ole Miss, Tuberville has met every opportunity with commitment, enthusiasm, planning and a broad vision for both the big picture and the small details. A little luck along the way didn't hurt, but when luck came knocking, Tuberville picked it up and ran with it.

"I started setting goals when I was in my early 20s and coaching high school ball in Arkansas,'' said Tuberville, a native of Camden, Ark., who played college football at Southern Arkansas and started his coaching car....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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