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Name:Rod Broadway
Hometown:Oakboro, NC
High School:West Stanly
Born:April 9, 1955 (64)
Notes:Football

Rod Broadway enjoying retirement as he sails into N.C. Sports Hall of Fame
Rod Broadway smiled as he reflected on his career, from All-ACC lineman at North Carolina to assistant and coordinator before winning five Black College Football...

Rod Broadway, Davis Love III, Paul Miller Named to NC Sports Hall of Fame
The North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame is honored to announce its 2019 induction class, which includes Ernie Barnes, Willie Bradshaw, Eddie Bridges, Rod Broadway,...

So long, TarAggie, you left a good mark
Rod Broadway officially retired as head football coach at North Carolina A&T State University this week, and with no apologies, even to soon-to-be NC Sports...

A hit Broadway show
N.C. A&T’s most successful football coach in 84 years is ending an exceptional career on his own terms. After leading his team to a perfect...

Rod Broadway, a giant of a coach, walks away
Rod Broadway ended his own era this morning, choosing to walk away while at the top of the game and leaving the N.C. A&T football...

N.C. A&T’s Rod Broadway to retire after 12-0 season
The coach who rebuilt N.C. A&T’s beleaguered football program and restored Aggie Pride over the last seven seasons is done on the sidelines. A&T will...

NC A&T’s Rod Broadway a ‘pillar of black college football’
Fortunately for Rod Broadway, he was big enough and strong enough to earn a spot on the West Stanly High football team. And he was...

North Carolina A&T, led by former UNC player and assistant Rod Broadway, wins HBCU national title
The North Carolina A&T Aggies finished 12-0 for the first time in their 93-year history. They’re the only MEAC team to complete a full season...

Years at N.C. A&T masterpiece of Rod Broadway's coaching career
Rod Broadway has driven the same SUV from Gainesville, Fla., to Chapel Hill to Durham to Grambling, La., and finally to Greensboro, where he is...

N.C A&T head coach, former UNC player and assistant Rod Broadway changed culture of Aggies' program
The architect of A&T’s success is Rod Broadway, hired as head coach in 2011 and 37-19 in the five seasons since. It’s remarkable, considering the...


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