Jubie Bragg


Jubie Bragg

Jubie Barton Bragg (February 17, 1876 — March 8, 1989) was the first head football coach at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida. Bragg coached the team off and on from 1907 through 1931 and has also served as head coach of Alabama's Talladega College, leading that school to shared Black College national titles in 1920 and 1921. Bragg compiled a record of 4-18-1 as FAMU's head coach. His son, Eugene Bragg, later coached the team himself.

The school's football stadium, Bragg Memorial Stadium, is named in his honor.


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