Briggs Becomes New Director of AHSADCA

Alabama Football Coaches Association Board Member Alvin Briggs has been named the new director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors and Coaches Association succeeding Steve Bailey. Briggs had been the head football coach at Florence High School and has spent the last four years as a member of the ALFCA board.

"We are going to miss Alvin as a member of our board," said ALFCA President Jamie Riggs. "No one has been more dedicated to our cause than he has over the past few years. But we are excited with him about this new opportunity. Not only will he make a difference to all coaches in our state, but having him in this position will only enhance our relationship with the AHSADCA."

Briggs played high school football at Greenville High School and was an outstanding defensive back at Auburn University before starting his coaching career. "We look forward to working with Alvin in the days to come," Riggs said. "We at the ALFCA are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead as we work together through different football events in the future."