Jacksonville State OC, former Michigan assistant suffers 'serious' heart attack, per report
Jacksonville State offensive coordinator Calvin Magee has suffered a “serious heart attack,” according to a report from The Anniston Star. He is currently Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center.
There were no other updates provided on Magee’s status at the time from the initial report. Action Network’s Brett McMurphy reported that a family friend said, “We’re praying for a miracle.”
Magee has been a college football coach for over two decades.
Prayers for Jacksonville State OC Calvin Magee, who suffered a heart attack Sunday evening. Magee also was assistant at Duke, Ole Miss, New Mexico, Arizona, Pitt, Michigan, West Virginia & USF. Magee also played in NFL for Bucs. “We’re praying for a miracle,” a close friend said
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) May 17, 2022
Magee started his college coaching career in 1996 at USF. He was there through the 2000 season and then took a job at West Virginia as the running backs coach, a position he held until 2006.
In 2005, Magee was named the offensive coordinator for the Mountaineers, retaining his status as the running backs coach, as well. In 2007, he added associate head coach to his titles.
Magee followed Rich Rodriguez to Michigan in 2008, where he spent three seasons as the offensive coordinator and running backs coach.
Since his time in Ann Arbor, Magee has also had stops at Pitt, Arizona, New Mexico, Ole Miss, Duke and Jacksonville State.