Tommy Tuberville running for U.S. Senate

Ex-Auburn football coach Tuberville to run for Ala. Senate

Ex-Auburn football coach Tuberville to run for Ala. Senate

Tuberville made the announcement on Twitter today.

Well-known college football coach Tommy Tuberville announced his candidacy for the 2020 Senate election in Alabama Saturday.

Tuberville will run as a Republican against Democratic Sen.

Jones, a former US attorney, defeated ex-state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a special election in 2017 after the Republican candidate was accused of sexual misconduct with teenagers. "I invite you to join my team".

Jones, a former USA attorney, defeated ex-state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in a special election in 2017 after Moore was accused of sexual misconduct with teenagers.

News of the former Auburn head coach intentions first broke in a story on CBSSports.com by Dennis Dodd.

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In 2017, Tuberville briefly considered a run for Alabama governor, but decided against stepping into the political arena to pursue the Republican party nomination for the state's highest office.

The Republican primary for the seat will be held in March 2020, and the general election is set for November 3, 2020.

Tuberville's announcement comes just after Republican Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz chose to dispel rumors Friday that he was going to run for Senate in Alabama.

Tuberville, an Arkansas native, was Auburn's head coach from 1999-2008.

Tuberville has a career coaching record of 159-99 with stops at Ole Miss, Auburn, Texas Tech and Cincinnati. He stepped down at Cincinnati after the Bearcats went 4-8 in 2016.

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