Five-time national champion Buddy Stephens is the head coach of East Mississippi Community College. He has won many games, including five national championships at EMCC, than any other coach in history. For his legacy, EMCC is talking about making a statue for his honor.
Career As An American Football Coach
Buddy Stephens started to work as a coach after he completed his education. From the year 1993, he began to work as a coach at the high school in Alabama and Louisiana. He worked for eight years.
In 2001, he started to work at Peral River Community College in Poplarville, Mississippi. Buddy worked for six years and quit his job for better placement.
In 2008, his patience paid off as she began to work as a head coach at East Mississippi Community College. As a coach, his team won 5 National Championships in 2011, 2013, 2014,2017, and 2018. For his honor, East Mississippi is planning to put a statue of his in the college.
Stephens also appeared in the television series documentary Last Chance U in 2016, in which John III Franklin and Brittany Wager also appeared. He is still involved as a head coach at East Mississippi Community College.
His Net Worth
Buddy Stephens has an estimated net worth of $15 million, as of 2020. The American football head coach has earned his massive amount from his work as a football coach.
According to PayScale, the average salary of Coach is around $60,824 per year. As compared to his achievement, his salary may be more than the average salary.
Married And Has Three Kids
Buddy Stephens is married to Robyn Lynn Stephens, the Director of Nursing at Bedford Care Center of Marion. The information regarding his marriage date has not shared by the couple.
Buddy and his wife have three daughters Julianna Stephens, Rebekah Stephens, and Lauren Stephens.
The couple is currently living in Mississippi.
Born And Raised in Huntsville
Buddy Stephens was born Wofford Oran Stephen Jr. on 6th September 1966 in Huntsville, Alabama, United States. He belongs to white ethnicity and holds American citizenship.
He graduated from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. while he was in the university, he played as an offensive lineman at Pearl River CC. He completed his Master's degree from the University of Louisiana Monroe in 1992.