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Northern Illinois cornerbacks coach Kelvin Sigler gives instructions during practice March 27 at Huskie Stadium in DeKalb.
Sigler joins the Huskies after serving as a defensive analyst for the national champion Alabama Crimson Tide. (Rob Winner firstname.lastname@example.org) DeKALB In January, Kelvin Sigler arrived in Miami right when Northern Illinois left. Sigler, entering his first season as NIU's cornerbacks coach, was a defensive analyst for Alabama and watched the Crimson Tide defeat Notre Dame, 42-14, in the BCS National Championship Game. At Alabama, Sigler was part of a winning tradition matched by no other program in the country. The 2012 national title was the Crimson Tide's third in the past four seasons, and Sigler also was a defensive back in Tuscaloosa from 1995-98 under Gene Stallings and Mike DuBose. Last season as a defensive analyst, Sigler was a coach away from the field, helping with film breakdown and getting ready for practice. He wanted the chance to be an on-field coach again and couldn't pass it up when NIU offered. "Just the opportunity, to get an opportunity to come here and get a chance to get back on the field and coach," Sigler said. "Coach (Rod) Carey and coach (Jay) Niemann gave me the opportunity, it was just something I couldn't turn down." Carey said Sigler has the type of background he's looking for, and likes having another coach with head coaching experience on staff. Sigler has an extensive background coaching high school football in Alabama. He was the head coach at Blount High School in Mobile, Ala., from 2008-11 and also as a defensive coordinator at Bob Jones High in Madison, Ala., from 2004-08. "He knows how to relate to players," Carey said. "He's had to do that from 14-year-olds to now, 22-year-olds." Sigler brings more Mobile flavor to the Huskies, and will recruit Alabama from Montgomery north. There already are two Mobile natives on the roster, cornerback Marlon Moore (C.F. Vigor) and safety Jimmie Ward (Davidson), whom Sigler coached against. "[Moore and Ward] both remembered me, just coaching against them," Sigler said.
HOOVER, Alabama -- Alabama coach Nick Saban said today that offensive analyst Kelvin Sigler, who was one of 17 injured in Tuesday's shooting in Temerson Square, is doing fine.
Sigler, formerly the head coach at Blount High, was treated and released on the same day following the shooting at Copper Top.
Newly hired Alabama assistant Kelvin Sigler treated for non-life threatening injuries after Tuscaloosa shooting
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama -- Kelvin Sigler, the former Blount High coach who recently joined Alabama's coaching staff as an offensive analyst, was one of the 17 injured during an early morning shooting at a Temerson Square bar. Sigler, a former Alabama defensive back, was treated for non-life threatening injuries, an Alabama spokesperson confirmed to the al.com Tuscaloosa bureau. Sigler coached for four seasons at Blount, where he went 27-18 and made four consecutive Class 6A playoff appearances. He went 10-2 in his final year with the Leopards, who hadn't notched a 10-win season since 1998. Sigler left for Alabama in March, joining his former offensive coordinator at Blount and former teammate at Alabama, Chris Samuels.
Blount High School: Teachers > Kelvin Sigler > About the Teacher Kelvin Sigler P.E/Head Football Coach 221-3069
Blount High School: Teachers Kelvin Sigler P.E/Head Football Coach 221-3069