||Bobby Hall stepping down at Madison Central
MADISON, Miss. (WTVA) — Madison Central head football coach Bobby Hall says he's retiring at the end of the season.
Hall's Jaguars have struggled this season. They're 4-5 overall and 1-4 in Division 2-6A.
Hall has been at Madison Central for nine years, but his previous stops include Amory, where won three state championships, and Louisville, where he also won a state title.
Hall has also been a head coach at Raleigh and Wayne County, along with Northeast Mississippi Community College and the Tupelo Fire Ants of the National Indoor Football League.
Even though he's retiring, Hall did tell the Jackson Clarion-Ledger that he wouldn't rule out the possibility of coaching again.