Greg Brown (American Football Coach)
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Greg Brown American Football Coach
Greg Brown
Biographical details
Born (1957-10-10) October 10, 1957 (age 63)
Arvada, Colorado
Alma materUTEP (1980)[1]
Playing career
1978-1980UTEP
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1981UTEP (GA)
1982Green Mountain HS (CO) (DC)
1983-1984Denver Gold (DB)
1984-1986Tampa Bay Buccaneers (assistant)
1987-1988Wyoming (DB)
1989-1990Purdue (DB)
1991-1993Colorado (DB)
1994Atlanta Falcons (DB)
1995-1996San Diego Chargers (DB)
1997-1998Tennessee Oilers (DB)
1999San Francisco 49ers (DB)
2000-2001Atlanta Falcons (DB)
2002-2005New Orleans Saints (assistant)
2005-2010Colorado (DB)
2010Arizona (co-DC)
2011-2012Colorado (DC)
2013Alabama (DB)
2014-2015Louisville (DB)
2016Missouri (CB)
2017-2018Auburn (DB)
2019-2020Purdue (CB)

Greg Brown (born October 10, 1957) is an American football coach.[2] He was previously the secondary coach for Auburn University and the Missouri Tigers.[3] Brown, for one season, was the secondary coach for Alabama. He was hired by the Crimson Tide in January 2013 after he served as defensive coordinator for Colorado.[4][5] In 2010, he was co-defensive coordinator for the Arizona Wildcats. Before becoming co-defensive coordinator with Tim Kish, he previously served as secondary coach for the Colorado Buffaloes.

References

  1. ^ "Greg Brown". Curators of the University of Missouri. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ "Auburn finds its new secondary coach".
  3. ^ Pete Roussel (February 7, 2014). "Source: Greg Brown to join Louisville staff". coachingsearch.com. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ Tom Kensler (December 9, 2010). "Source: Greg Brown returning to CU football staff". Denver Post. Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ Gribble, Andrew (January 9, 2013). "Alabama taps former Colorado defensive coordinator Greg Brown as its new secondary coach". AL.com. Retrieved 2013.

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