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M.C. Miller
Hometown: Louisville, MS
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Coach M. C. Miller is an acclaimed championship football coach and athletic director who led programs at Noxubee County and Louisville. Born in Louisville, Coach Miller was an All Big-Eight football and baseball star at Camile Street High who earned his college degrees at Wiley College in Marshall, TX and Alcorn. M. C. launched his 45-year coaching career in 1974 at Noxubee County where he worked as an assistant coach before being named head coach in 1977. He would later leave for Louisville High where he coached from 1987 to 1995 before coming back to Noxubee County as head coach. After 15 seasons, he would return to Louisville again as head coach. In two stints at Noxubee County, he guided the Tigers to 6 district crowns, 1 North State title, and the 2008 State Championship. At Louisville, he led the Wildcats to 7 district titles, 4 North State honors, and 4 state championships in 1991, 1993, 2013, and 2018. As an assistant and head coach, his football programs combined for 11 district crowns, 5 North State titles, and 5 state championships. Coach Miller's teams compiled a record of 282 winis, 131 losses, and 4 ties. He has been honored with 7 coach of the year awards by the districts, the Clarion Ledger, the Commercial Dispatch, the MAC, and the Army Bowl. He served as head coach in the 2003 Bernard Blackwell All-Star Classic and inn the 2010 Mississippi/Alabama All-Star football game. A Longtime MAC member, Coach Miller is also a member of the Gulf Coast Athletic Association and the Nike Association of Coaches.