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 Charles Brown 

Charles Brown graduated from Emma Sansom High School in 1953, where he lettered in football, basketball and baseball.

Brown played football for Coach Floyd Miller at Emma Sansom. He played guard and was offered a football scholarship to Jacksonville State Teachers College and Livingston during his senior season at Sansom.

He turned down the offers and enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1954 and served two years of duty in Germany. When he returned, Brown worked at the steel plant in Gadsden and began taking undergraduate classes at Jacksonville State.

Brown finished college in the spring of 1961 and was offered a job as an assistant football coach at Altoona High School by head coach Ben Perkins. Brown served as head coach of the Choctaws basketball and baseball teams during his two years at the school.


He accepted an assistant coaching position under E.C. Wilson at Glencoe High School before landing the head coaching job at Gaylesville High School in 1965.

Coach Brown moved to Collinsville in 1967 for three seasons before going to Cordova in 1970 for another six seasons. His Blue Devil teams went 45-15-1 during his tenure at the school. Browns 1972 team lost to Oneonta 43-14 in the state championship game.

In 1976 he landed at Vinemont High School for six seasons. Next up were stints at Falkville (1982-84) and Brewer (1985-87) before ending his coaching career at West End High School in Walnut Grove in 1989.

Brown is best known as a head football coach but he also found success as a basketball and baseball coach. Browns teams won many county championships in the two sports over his 29 year career.

His overall record is 126-126-4 in 25 seasons as a head football coach in Alabama.


Known Record:  126-126-4   50.0%
 Season Total   Playoffs   Region Record 
 Team   Season  Class   W/L/T   PF  PA   W/L/T  PF  PA   Region  Title  W/L/T   PF  PA 
West End Walnut Grove
West End Walnut Grove1989 2A2-864166R140-32689
West End Walnut Grove1988 2A4-654146R141-21346
 2 Years6-141183120-0001-539135
    
Brewer
Brewer1987 6A1-986290R150-336100
Brewer1986 6A0-1072317R150-327104
Brewer1985 6A3-7129182R151-22932
 3 Years4-262877890-0001-892236
    
Falkville
Falkville1984 2A6-51832140-1055R142-16637
Falkville1983 2A7-4164115R123-49369
Falkville1982 2A5-5130125R124-37599
 3 Years18-144774540-10559-8234205
    
Vinemont
Vinemont1981 2A0-1041207R120-714127
Vinemont1980 2A5-5171110R123-411560
Vinemont1979 2A8-31661330-102R12#4-07545
Vinemont1978 2A3-785180R121-32271
Vinemont1977 2A5-5133103R120-41665
Vinemont1976 2A6-4161125R122-27366
 6 Years27-347578580-10210-20315434
    
Cordova
Cordova1975 2A7-3156119R9
Cordova1974 2A7-42171620-1038R9#
Cordova1973 2A6-317298
Cordova1972 2A12-1241832-14459
Cordova1971 2A7-3183111
Cordova1970 3A6-3-1145108
 6 Years45-17-111146812-244970-000
    
Collinsville
Collinsville1969 2A9-0-121940
Collinsville1968 2A5-5111131
Collinsville1967 2A2-7-1118230
 3 Years16-12-24484010-0000-000
    
Gaylesville
Gaylesville1966 1A6-419080
Gaylesville1965 1A4-5-1117136
 2 Years10-9-13072160-0000-000
    
TOTALS
 25 Years126-126-4350837112-44415421-416801010


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Collinsville completed the 1931 season with a record of 1-4-5. The five ties will forever be a state record since all games are now decided by overtime.