"Rick Comegy" is an American football coach and former player. On January 21, 2014, Comegy was introduced as the head coach at Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils football/Mississippi Valley State. He previously served as the head football coach at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi from 2006 to 2013. He was named JSU head coach on December 9, 2005 after ten years as head coach of Tuskegee University, where he compiled a 90–26 record. He has also served as head coach of Cheyney University and Central State University, where he won the NAIA national football championship in 1995. He served as an assistant coach at Central State University under former Cheyney/Central State/Florida A&M coach Billy Joe (American football)/Billy Joe in the 80s and 90s.

Comegy was the 15th head coach for the Tuskegee University#Sports/Tuskegee University Golden Tigers located in Tuskegee, Alabama and he held that position for ten seasons, from 1996 until 2005. His coaching record at Tuskegee was 90 wins, 26 losses, and 0 ties. As of the conclusion of the 2007 season, this ranks him second at Tuskegee in total wins and second at Tuskegee in winning percentage (.776).

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I want to look at things early so that we'll know what we've got.

We looked good in the first quarter. But we need to be sharp the whole game. We need to get to where we play the fourth quarter like we played in the first quarter.

You have to come. The reason I come is not because everybody here has got what you want, but the coaches are so good. These coaches get after it. They breed competitive kids. They're competitive and can help you win.

He was making good money before we got here.

I was really happy with our offense. People say we're a throwing team, and we can run the football.

We look for Huff and Henderson to do good this year. But we don't want them to be our only weapons. We've got a lot of guys we can rely on. Richard and Eric have shown they are capable. We don't want teams to be able to key on just one or two players.

We had the game won. Their guys were down on one knee. They were broke. They thought it was over. Then, all the emotions changed within two seconds. It ended all our dreams. Not many teams can go undefeated. We had that opportunity.

We want to make sure they're ready.