Alabama A&M

Andy Fuller tabbed as interim coach at Alabama A&M

Fuller takes over for the recently fired James Spady.

Alabama A&M University has named Andy Fuller interim head football coach, Director of Athletics Bryan Hicks said Monday.  Fuller replaces James Spady who was fired just over a week ago.

Fuller served as assistant head coach and head of football operations for AAMU this past season.  He also coached running backs and tight ends this year for the Bulldogs.

Andy Fuller

Andy Fuller (courtesy AAMU athletics)

Fuller has been at Alabama A&M for the past decade, coming over in 2007.  He previously played seven years of Arena Football with the Tennessee Valley Vipers.

All-SEC player

Fuller played football collegiately at Auburn University, where he was a tight end.  Fuller was named All-SEC in 1993, 1994 and 1995 and was a member of the 1993 Auburn team that finished the season 11-0. He also earned Top Tiger academic accolades while in college.

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