HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Alabama A&M University has named Andy Fuller interim head football coach, Director of Athletics Bryan Hicks said Monday.

Fuller served as assistant head coach and head of football operations for the Bulldogs while coaching the tight ends and running backs this past season.


Fuller came to Alabama A&M in 2007 after a successful seven-year playing career as an offensive and defensive lineman with the Tennessee Valley Vipers of the Arena Football League 2.

In 2014, Fuller was inducted into the Huntsville-Madison County Athletic Hall of Fame.

A tight end on the 1993 Auburn football team that finished the season 11-0, Fuller was named all-SEC in 1993, 1994 and 1995. He also earned Top Tiger academic accolades while in college.

After his senior season at Auburn where he was named Shug Jordan Outstanding Senior, Fuller played tight end and won a World League of American Football championship with Barcelona in 1997. He also was on the 1999 Regional Football League champion Mobile Admirals.

Courtesy: AAMU Athletics

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