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Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association

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  • master's degree
    University of North Alabama
  • bachelor's Degree
    University of North Alabama
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The All-Stars will practice daily at ..., 9 Dec 2013 [cached]
The All-Stars will practice daily at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day, said Alvin Briggs, Director of the AHSADCA.
Former Greenville High School football ..., 31 Oct 2011 [cached]
Former Greenville High School football coach Alvin Briggs has been named the Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA), AHSAA Executive Director Steve Savarese announced Monday.
Briggs, who will begin work Nov. 14, replaces Steve Bailey, who is retiring at the end of November.
In his new role, Briggs will oversee All-Star Sports Week, coordinate the Champions Challenge and preside over the All-Star Game coaching selections.
"Coach Briggs is well known and respected throughout the state.
Briggs, 47, has been the head football coach at Florence since 2007, guiding the Falcons to a 34-19 record and two playoff appearances in five years.
"It's a tremendous honor to become a part of the AHSAA family," said Briggs, who informed his players of his decision to join the AHSADCA Monday morning.
Prior to coaching at Florence, Briggs was the head football coach at his alma mater, Greenville High School, where his teams posted a 28-12 mark and made the state playoffs three times.
Twice Briggs led the Tigers to 6-5 finishes, but managed just two winning seasons in his tenure at GHS and won just one game in his final season in the Camellia City.
In addition to coaching and teaching, Briggs has volunteered with such organizations as the Alabama Music Hall of Fame, Boys and Girls Clubs of America, the YMCA and the American Red Cross.
He holds bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of North Alabama where he was an assistant football coach from 1993-2001. He played defensive back at Auburn University from 1984-87 and was a standout high school player at Greenville High School.
The Greenville Advocate: Sports, 23 Oct 2004 [cached]
Greenville High School Head Coach Alvin Briggs said the biggest motivation for his Tigers all week was simply to get the first win.
"I just think they were hungry for a victory," said Briggs.
"It was good to get a victory in front of the home folks and it was great to see these guys get to taste a win," said Briggs.
Briggs said the game was an even more positive experience because it shows what can come of hard work.
"Now they know what they can do if they just keep playing hard," said Briggs.
The Greenville Advocate: Sports, 3 Aug 2004 [cached]
"Everybody seemed ready to go," Greenville High School Head Football Coach Alvin Briggs said."For what you can do in shorts, I think things went pretty good overall.Most of the guys did what they needed to do to be in shape for this summer and came and worked out.You're always going to have a few stragglers, but overall we looked pretty good."
Briggs credits his players' dedication during the off-season for their ability to beat the heat during two-a-days.
"Part of getting the players used to the heat and the sun is getting them to the school for summer workouts," Briggs said.
Page Title, 1 May 2004 [cached]
Alvin Briggs, Greenville High School fourth-year head football coach, believes having endurance on the football field is important.He said being bulky has its advantages, but said endurance pays off just as much as being strong does."With me, it all starts with making sure that you have more endurance than strength," Briggs said.
Briggs, who played receiver for Auburn University from 1984-88 and for the Dallas Cowboys in 1988, agrees that weight rooms can be dangerous.He believes athletes need to be properly trained to workout before they begin.He added that workouts have changed dramatically since he was in high school."When I was in school, most of the lifting we did was power lifting," Briggs said."It was all concentrated on the big muscles and nothing was really done about flexibility and muscle endurance.I think we've learned a lot from the Russians and Ukrainians learning that you have to work every muscle in the body and elongate it and strength it and give it endurance because that's what builds it up and makes it stronger."Getting athletes to get in the weight room is no problem.Briggs said getting them to understand why they are working out is another."You've got to get the players to understand that they're doing this to give the muscles more strength and endurance so they can deliver the power and the punch," Briggs said.
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