|Position:||Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator|
|City/State:||Keystone Heights, Fla.|
Jimmy Brumbaugh, a former All-Southeastern Conference defensive lineman at Auburn, is in his second year as an assistant strength and conditioning coordinator with the Tigers. Brumbaugh joined Tommy Moffitt’s staff in the spring of 2006.
Brumbaugh, who assists Moffitt in all phases of LSU’s strength and conditioning program, came to LSU from Tennessee-Chattanooga, where he coached the defensive line during the 2005 season.
Brumbaugh began his coaching career in 2004 and was a member of the Jacksonville State coaching staff. He worked as a student coach handling the defensive line and was part of the Ohio Valley Conference championship staff under head coach Jack Crowe.
Brumbaugh enjoyed a standout football career at Auburn and played professionally on several levels before getting into coaching.
The Keystone Heights, Fla., native was an All-Southeastern Conference defensive lineman at Auburn during a career that spanned 48 games from 1995 to 1999.
Brumbaugh registered 291 career tackles for the Tigers, which included 22 tackles for losses and 15 quarterback sacks. He earned Freshman All-SEC honors in 1995, was a Second-Team All-SEC selection in 1996 after recording a career-high 80 tackles and was named First-Team All-SEC as a junior.
After earning Preseason All-America accolades, his 1998 season was cut short because of a knee injury. He was granted a medical redshirt season and completed his career in 1999.
Brumbaugh began his professional playing career in 2000, signing a free agent contract with the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers. He played one season with the XFL’s Birmingham Bolts and head coach Gerry DiNardo, spent one year with the Arena Football League’s Georgia Force and head coach Marty Lowe and played a season of AFL II with the Birmingham Steel Dogs and head coach Bobby Humphries.
Brumbaugh was born Dec. 9, 1976, in Gainesville, Fla. He has two sons, Legend and Nash.