caution (April 26, 2020) Tennessee State University is continuing to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19), and is committed to using all resources to keep the TSU Family abreast of the latest information regarding academic delivery, campus operations and COVID-19. TSU students needing more information about online classes or campus operations should visit the Student Information section. Learn More Here.

2015-16 Football
Rod Reed
Head Coach - Linebackers
Jeff Parker
Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks
Osita Alaribe
Defensive Coordinator
Russ Ehrenfeld
Offensive Line
Eric Gallon
Running Backs
Kevin Mashack
Wide Receivers / Recruiting Coordinator
Antonio Bradford
Tight Ends
Ed Sanders
Defensive Backs (Safeties)
Mikhal Kornegay
Defensive Backs (Corners)
Nick Davison
Defensive Ends
Josh Chance
Head Strength Coach
Ryan Krach
Head Athletic Trainer
Jeremy Taylor
Head Equipment Manager
Full Roster
Full Roster
(615) 963-5919
Jeremy Taylor
In the summer of 2011, Jeremy Taylor was named equipment manager at Tennessee State University. Taylor’s duties include managing purchases and maintaining logs.
He joins the staff after spending three years at Northwestern State (La.). Prior to his arrival at NSU in the summer of 2008, Taylor served as head equipment manager from 2005-2007 at Jacksonville State. While working on his undergraduate degree, Taylor worked as a student manager at Jacksonville State from 2001-04.
He was also a student manager at Snead State Community College from 1998-2001, while working on his associates degree. During that time, Taylor also served as a volunteer coach at his alma mater, Collinsville (Ala.) High School, working beside his father coaching girls’ basketball and softball diamond.
Outside of athletics, Taylor served as a Communications Officer and Jailor for the Collinsville (Ala.) Police Department and a volunteer firefighter for the city. In addition, he also worked in the same capacity at the Black Creek Fire Department.
Taylor has achieved certifications in: Basic First Aid; CPR/AED; AirEvac and MedFlight Landing Zone Operations; National Incident Management Systems; and HAZMAT Emergency Operations.
Taylor has been a member of the American Equipment Managers Association since 2004, AEMA Certified in 2006, and recertified in 2009. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history and minors in both physical education and recreational management from Jacksonville State in 2005.