When Munford Principal Courtney Fee introduced Ahmaad Galloway as the new head football coach last March, she would never have guessed that Galloway would only coach five games, get suspended and now resign.
But after Galloway supposedly urinated on the football field after the Dyer County game, a 46-8 defeat for Munford on September 20th, a bizarre scandal broke in this small Tipton county community.
The story was first reported by WMCTV.com, read their story here.
He was suspended for two weeks and then stepped down as football coach after his suspension in early October.
Now Fee for the second straight year is looking for a head football coach.
Fee would not comment about Galloway's suspension but did confirm his resignation.
"We are looking for a new leader for our football program and I'm looking forward to a new direction," Fee said.
"Its been a tough year and we are ready to put it behind us and start fresh."
Assistant coach Bernard Ivie led the team for the rest of the season as the Cougars went 2-8 on the year.
The new coach will try to steer Munford back to a winning season, something they have had since going 7-4 in 2007.
When Galloway was hired in March it was his first head coaching job after after being an assistant at Oak Mountain (AL) high school for two years in 2009-10 and at Thompson (AL) high school in 2011.
Galloway had success as the star running back at Millington high school from 1995to 1998 and was a Class 5A Mr. Football Back Finalist in 1997.
He signed with Alabama and played for the Crimson Tide from 1999-2003.
In the spring of 2003 was drafted in the NFL by the Denver Broncos, he also played for the San Diego Chargers as well.
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