Principal Dr. Sherron Jinadu declined to comment on the matter.
The Bulldogs were 15-18 in Wilson¹s tenure, but had appeared to turn the corner, going 7-5 and making it to the second round of the Class 4A playoffs last season.
Anniston was 4-27 in the three years prior to Wilson¹s arrival.
Wilson was best recognized for being the Bulldogs football coach, but also held the title of athletic director and track coach.
Wilson looked to have brought stability back to the Anniston football program after going through a period of three coaches in four years and a four-year playoff drought.