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SRA featuring Miles College’s Wallace, Ruffin, and Lewis

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Saving Rural America featuring Miles College Athletics Director Phillip Wallace, Head Football Coach Reginald Ruffin, and Senior Running Back Jordan Lewis

Phillip Wallace, Jr., is in his third year as Interim Athletic Director and eighth season as Head Women’s Basketball Coach. While under his leadership and guidance, Reginald Ruffin (head football coach) was hired, new scoreboard and jumbotron added to football field, artificial turf (enviroturf) installed on football field, the Golden Bears won their First SIAC Division II Football Championship, won the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first SIAC Western Division Title and the conference first SIAC Football Championship game against the Rams of Albany State University.

Reginald Ruffin enters his second season as head coach of the Miles College Golden Bears. During his first season in the bears den, he accomplished what no other Miles College head coach had prior. The Golden Bears won their first SIAC Western Division Title, first SIAC Championship game and their first Division II SIAC Championship. Coach Ruffin was named the 2011 SIAC Coach of the Years for his hard and dedicated work.

Jordan Lewis • Running Back • 5’8 – 163 – SR • Fairfield, AL • Fairfield Prep. Personal: Full name is: Jordan Lewis - - - Nickname: Jo Louis - - - Born: September 11, 1988 in Fairfield, AL - - - He is the son of: Lajuan Lewis and Sonya Adams - - - He has four brothers: (Joshua Lewis, John Ford, Terry Hayes, Jr & Steven Hicks) and one sister: (Crystal Lewis) - - - Lewis is an Education major

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