Brigham originally started his playing career at Baylor and finished an outstanding player career at Furman, where he was his team's offensive MVP in 2003. Brigham still ranks 11th all-time in school history with 2,034 yards in just two seasons.
After teaching at Cornerstone Schools of Alabama from 2010-11, Brigham returned to his high school alma mater of Mountain Brook in 2012 to coach running backs.
Brigham has been part of the coaching staff of Head Coach Bill Clark since the spring of 2016 and spent a year as an offensive analyst before being named running backs coach in May of 2017.
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