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Coahoma Seeks New Direction for Football Program

Coahoma Community College announced that head football coach Steven Miller and his staff would not return to lead the Tigers during the 2020 season.

Coahoma Seeks New Direction for Football Program

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Marriel Hardy

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Mon Nov 4, 2019

CLARKSDALE- Today, Coahoma Community College announced that head football coach Steven Miller and his staff would not return to lead the Tigers during the 2020 season.

"We thank Coach Miller and his staff for their efforts and contributions over the last four seasons," said Athletics Director Reggy Hankerson. "We wish them the very best in all future endeavors moving forward." 

“We are appreciative to Coach Steven Miller and his staff for providing leadership to our football program the past four years,” said CCC President Dr. Valmadge T. Towner. “We are thankful for their contributions, dedication, and professionalism. We are also confident that they have positioned the college to build on the foundation that they have laid for our football program.”

Miller and the Tigers went 4-32 during his tenure.

Before taking the helm of the Tigers, Miller, a native of Olive Branch, Miss., spent eight years in the NAIA ranks as part of coaching staffs at William Penn in Oskaloosa, Iowa, and Tabor College in Hillsboro, Kansas. Miller brought plenty of MACJC knowledge, having won a national championship and two state titles for the Northwest MS Rangers before finishing his playing career at Northwestern (La.) State.

"I appreciate Dr. Towner and Tiger Nation for allowing me to lead this dynamic program," said Miller. "It has been a pleasure to guide the program, and I want to thank the community and players for everything they have done."

A search to find Coahoma's next head football coach is currently underway.