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|Born:||October 31, 1976|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Weight||283 lb (128 kg)|
|High school||Betsy Layne|
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Bubba Combs is a former American football player who played offensive lineman at Morehead State. Bubba Combs was a 4 year letterman (3 year starter) for Morehead State from 1995 through 1998, playing both center and left guard for the team along with the team's long snapper all four years. During his tenure, the team became an offensive juggernaut in his last 3 seasons at Morehead state. The offense was ranked top 5 nationally for total offense and in scoring. He blocked for some of the greatest backs in MSU’s history, such as MSU hall of fame RB Chris Berry, MSU hall of fame QB David Dinkins along with 2 time 1000 yard rusher RB Anthony Ravizee and MSU record holder QB Doug Turner.
College Football Honors and Awards
Bubba was a captain his senior football season along with being an honorary captain his junior season. Bubba was elected by his teammates and coaches as the most valuable offensive lineman of the team his Junior and Senior year. When Bubba was finished playing at Morehead State his class was the winningest class in Morehead State’s history. Other accolades Bubba received during his playing days at Morehead State were 2nd team 1-AA All-Independent Team as a Center his Junior year, 1st team 1-AA All-Independent Team as a Left Guard his Senior Year. He was honored as the Offensive Lineman of the Year by the Don Hansen's Football Gazette as a Senior in 1998 along with being named 1st Team All-American by the same publication.
Professional Football Career
Bubba played Arena Football for the Louisville Fire in 2002 in the AF2 league for one season under current Purdue Head Football Coach Jeff Brohm.
Bubba coached football for the past 20 years. He was a head football coach at the high school level for 7 years, Lewis County High School for 2 and Fort Knox High School for 5. He coached at Eastern Kentucky University as a tight ends coach (graduate assistant) in 2004 under former head coach Danny Hope along with being an assistant strength and conditioning coach for football at the University of Kentucky in 2005 under Rich Brooks.
Bubba was given the nickname "Bubba" in high school due to his size. His actual given name is Brandon Combs. He is married to Sarah (Inman) Combs and they have 5 children, Zeke, Titus, Jubilee, Lilia and Sterling. He is currently a physical education teacher at Fort Knox High School.
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