|Birth Name||Thomas Hawley Tuberville|
|Birth Place||Camden, Arkansas, U.S.|
|Famous Name||Tommy Tuberville|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Profession||Former American football coach, former player|
|Married to||Suzanne Tuberville|
Thomas Hawley Tuberville a.k.a. Tommy Tuberville is an American former football coach, player, and the 2020 Republican U.S. Senate nominee from Alabama. As a head coach, he served for the University of Mississippi (1995-1998), Texas Tech University (2010-2012), and the University of Cincinnati (2013-2016).
Camden, Arkansas native, Tommy Tuberville was born on 18th September 1954, under the star sign Virgo. As per nationality, he is an American who is from a white ethnic background.
With forty years of career as an American football coach, Tommy Tuberville has summoned a tremendous sum of money. As of 2020, his net worth of $10 million as of 2020.
|2006||Auburn||$ 2,231,000||$ 716,154|
|2007||Auburn||$ 2,625,000||$ 717,500|
|2010||Texas Tech||$ 1,509,000||$ 1,025,000|
|2011||Texas Tech||$ 2,059,000||$ 1,025,000|
|2012||Texas Tech||$ 2,155,000||$ 1,025,000|
|2014||Cincinnati||$ 2,200,000||$ 565,000|
|2015||Cincinnati||$ 2,200,000||$ 540,000|
|2016||Cincinnati||$ 2,200,000||$ 565,000|
Presently, he is the Republican U.S, Senate nominee from Alabama. He won the Republican nomination on 14th July, defeating former Senator and Attorney general Jeff Sessions. According to the source, the Senate has an annual salary of $174,000.
On 19th December 1976, Tuberville tied the knot with Vicki Lynn Harris. Harris is from Camden, Arkansas who graduate from Harmony Grove High School. Later, the two parted ways and divorced.
In 1989, he met his second future wife, Suzanne Fette, at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. Soon the couple started dating and eventually exchanged the vows in 1991. The couple shares two children, Tucker, a former student-athlete at Auburn University, who works as an investment banker in New York. Their second child, Troy, currently a student at Auburn University where he’s working on his business technology degree.
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Tuberville is one of three children born to Charles and Olive Tuberville. In 1972, he graduated from Harmony Grove High School. Further, he enrolled at Southern Arkansas University, where he played football as a safety for the Muleriders as well as two years on the golf team. In 1976, he earned a B.S. in physical education.
Tuberville started his career as an assistant coach at Hermitage High School. In 1980, he joined Arkansas State and served there until 1984. Then after, he had a stint at Miami (FL), Texas A&M, and Ole Miss.
In 1999, he joined Auburn. Tuberville received the 2004 Walter Camp and Bear Bryant Coach of the Year awards after Auburn's 13–0 season, in which Auburn won the Southeastern Conference title and the Sugar Bowl but was left out of the BCS National Championship Game. He earned his 100th career win on October 6, 2007, a 35–7 victory over Vanderbilt. He is the only coach in Auburn football history to beat in-state rival Alabama six consecutive times.
In 2015, Tuberville was the president of the American Football Coaches Association. During 2017, he worked for ESPN as a color analyst for their college football coverage.
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