Former NFL Coach Hue Jackson Named Head Coach of Grambling State University

Former NFL coach Hue Jackson was named head coach at Grambling State on Friday.

Jackson, 56, last served as a head coach with the Cleveland Browns from 2016 to ’18. He also coached the Raiders in 2011.

Most recently, he was the offensive coordinator at Tennessee State.

Jackson brings more than three decades of coaching experience to Grambling. Before transitioning to the NFL in 2001, he spent 14 seasons as a college assistant, including nine in the Pac-12 at Arizona StateCalifornia and USC.

His hiring continues a trend of prominent NFL figures coaching at historically black colleges.

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SOURCE: ESPN, Alex Scarborough

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