Ahmaad Galloway biography

Ahmaad Galloway

Running back, American football player

1980 –


Who is Ahmaad Galloway?

Ahmaad Galloway is an American football running back. Ahmaad played four years at the University of Alabama. He wore number 29 to honor his former high school teammate, Mario Reed, who suffered a severe spinal cord injury in a game. In his freshman year of 1999, he played sparingly behind former Crimson Tide running back and current NFL star Shaun Alexander. That year, he won an SEC Championship under head coach Mike Dubose. Galloway rushed for 33 yards on seven carries.

Fall 2000 served as his coming out year. His sophomore campaign started on a high note as he scored a pair of touchdowns against UCLA. While not the feature back that season, he still played a significant role in each of the Crimson Tide's games. He shared time with former Alabama running backs Brandon Miree and Santonio Beard; both with the Green Bay Packers and the Denver Broncos respectively. He rushed for 659 yards on 137 carries. Galloway had seven touchdowns to his credit that season.

Ahmaad's junior year of 2001, gave Crimson Tide fans glimpses of greatness. He rushed for over 230 yards in his second game against the Vanderbilt Commodores. However, his most notable game was against the Tide's biggest rival Auburn University. He rushed for over 130 yards to lead the Tide to a victory over the Tigers. Galloway carried the ball 174 times for 881 yards and six touchdowns that season.


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Mar 10, 1980
  • United States of America
  • University of Alabama

on July 23, 2013

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