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Ken Bramlett
Hometown: Jefferson, TX
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Coach Ken Bramlett is an accomplished champtionship football coach and athletic director who served Clinton High, Forest High, Mississippi College, Prentiss High, and Northwest Community College. Ken is a native of Jefferson, Texas, where he lettered in football, baseball, and basketball at Jefferson High. He lettered in football and baseball at Perkinston Junior College and Mississippi College before entering the coaching rankis in 1956. Coach Bramlett started his 20 year coaching career as an assistant at Clinton High School. He arrived at Forest High in 1957 where he served two stints as athletic director and head football coach and guided his teams to two Little Dixie Conference titles in 1959 an d1969. Ken returned to Mississippi College as head baseball coach and assistant football coach before moving to Prentiss High in 1963 again as athletic director and head football coach. After working back at Forest High from 1966 to 1970, Coach Bramlett entered the JUCO ranks where he was athletic director, head football coach, and Dean of Student Personnel at Northwest Community College from 1970 to 1976. Overall, he led his high school and JUCO teams to a record of 92 wins, 69 losses, and 4 ties. He is a two-time Little Dixie Conference Coach of the Year who served as President of the Little Dixie Conferenceand as a member of the MAC Board of Directors. He was Athletic Director for the Rankin County School District from 1981-1992. Coach Bramlett is a longtime commuity leader who served the Mississippi Community College Association and the Mississippi and National Association of School Administrators. Ken was inducted into the Mississippi College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003.