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Head Football Coach Of 'East Mississippi Community College,' Buddy Stephens' Salary And Net Worth-Details Here!!

News by Bean Published on 28 Dec,2018 Updated on 28 Dec,2018

With a pure passion and love for the football, Wofford Oran "Buddy" Stephens Jr., an American Football Coach is currently serving as the head coach of East Mississippi Community College. He was also titled as the national coach of the year.   

Well, you might be aware of Buddy's enthusiastic football coaching side but what about his reel life? Yes, not only as a coach, Buddy ruled peoples heart with his dominant appearance in the first two seasons in Netflix's Last Chace U.     

Stephens has gathered huge fame and net worth from his varied career. How much fortune do you think he has achieved? What has he gained by following his passion? Let's find out together.

Has Buddy Stephens Achieved Sufficient Net Worth From His Career?

Buddy Stephen, the American football head coach and TV personality is enjoying the estimated net worth of about $15 million which is more than adequate. But, his net worth is low as an NFL head coach as compared to others.

Buddy made his income from his 17 years of a successful career of coaching Pearl River CC and East Mississippi CC.

In the game, a head coach's payment ranges from $3 million to $8 million annually. According to Paysa, an Assistant Head Football Coaches at East Mississippi Community College earns, ranging from $44,737 to more than $49,943. An average salary of $46,542 is provided to Assistant Head Football Coaches of EMCC. Looking at his long career experience, he obviously earns more than that.

In his career, he coached several great players like CJ Reavis, John Franklin III, and many other players.

 
 
 
 
 
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Another former EMCC star excelling at the next level#potential

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He also gave a shout out to former East Mississippi Community Lions quarterback John Franklin III.

 
 
 
 
 
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Shout out to former EMCC qb John Franklin III for making it into the NFL- real sign of what EMCC talent and potentialGo Lions

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Apart from coaching, Buddy also gained recognition in Hollywood entertainment industry through American documentary television series, Last Chance U, produced and premiered by Netflix. The series was globally released on 29 July 2016, where he portrayed as a head coach in reel life as well.

He appeared for the last three seasons and gained lots of fans following. No doubt he must have earned notable money from the series.

How Was Buddy's Road To Success? What Has He Achieved??

Up to this point of his professional career, Buddy has coached two teams; Pearl River Community College from 2001 to 2007 as an Assistant and as a soccer head coach of East Mississipi Community College from 2008 until now.

CAPTION: Buddy Stephens with his wife Robyn Lynn Stephens in Awards Ceremony SOURCE: Facebook

As per source, Stephens got 87.9% win ratio within a decade in The EMCC as of late 2018

With Stephens in the EMCC, it won four National Championships of years 2011, 2013-2014 & 2017 and six MACJC championship of years 2009, 2011, 2013-2014 & 2016-2017 along eight MACJC North Division tournament of 2008-2009, 2011-2017. 

CAPTION: Buddy Stephens honoured as National Coach of the Year SOURCE: ImgCop

Buddy Stephens was selected twice as the American Community College Football Coaches Association of the Year Award. He was also titled as Spalding NJCAA Coach of the Year Award.

Buddy gained huge fame throughout his professional coaching career and also flourished in the Hollywood industry.

Buddy Stephens: Quick Facts

  • Buddy Stephens was born on 6th September under sun sign Virgo.
  • He is married to Robyn Lynn Stephens. The couple is blessed with three daughters; Julianna Stephens, Rebekah Stephens, Lauren Stephens.  
  • He was cast along with Brittany WagnerBecca Zimmerman, Ron Ollie, and others in TV series Last Chance U.

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