Northern Illinois's Kelvin Sigler joins South Alabama coaching staff

Sunday February 7th, 2016

Northern Illinois cornerbacks coach Kelvin Sigler is joining the staff of South Alabama coach Joey Jones according to a source.

It’s a return for Sigler to his native Mobile, Ala., where he also had a 27-18 record as Blount High’s coach from 2008-11. This past season was Sigler’s third in his position at Northern Illinois.

Before Sigler’s time with the Huskies, he was a defensive analyst for his alma mater, Alabama, in 2012. Prior to being Blount High’s coach, he was defensive coordinator at Bob Jones High School in Madison, Ala. from 2004-07.

Prior to that, the 40-year-old Sigler was an assistant and head track and field coach at Greensboro (Ala.) High for two seasons. He was a cornerback at Alabama from 1995-98.

South Alabama had a 5-7 record this past season under Jones. He has a 42-35 record in his seven seasons with the Jaguars.


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