TRM's Brundidge switching sides to offensive coordinator

Published 10:05 pm Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Eddie Brundidge is no stranger to working on the offensive side of the ball, but admits he may need a bit of a refresher course.
Brundidge is moving into the offensive coordinator position with the T.R. Miller Tigers program for the upcoming season after having spent the last three seasons with defense and special teams.
While most of Brundidge's dealing with offense have come from a position coach's role, he did serve as offensive coordinator the last year of his first coaching stint at Jackson (1994). Jackson advanced to the state semifinals that year before it was eliminated by Greenville.
Brundidge said offenses have changed a lot in recent years.
Brundidge is inheriting the Tigers' offense at a time T.R. Miller is trying to replace most of its skill position players. The Tigers have to replace their quarterback (Baxley Raines), their top four leading rushers (Justin Gomez, Jamal Middleton, Travis Holland and Tanner Shehan) and their top six leading receivers (Shehan, Brice Martin, Gomez, Middleton, Holland and Andrew Chavers).
Most of what little experience T.R. Miller returns on either side of the ball is up front with linemen Sam Pendergrass, Wes McLellan and Mabry Cook.

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