This ain’t middle school football…

January 24, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

As a lot of you readers already know, I coach football at the middle school level. I have coached offensive line for three years now, coaching in junior pro five years prior to joining a middle school staff. In three years time, I have developed, under my tutelage, along the […]

Kentucky wins Food City 2018 Border Bowl over Tennessee

January 20, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

Kentucky and Tennessee met this afternoon in the Food City Border Bowl in Sevier County, Tennessee and the Kentucky team was littered with stars we have covered right here on Kentucky Prep Gridiron. Kentucky rode behind big offensive line play and an effective ground game, which averaged, on the day, […]

So you think you will just Walk-on, huh?

January 19, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

Here at Kentucky Prep Gridiron we hear it all the time. Kids turning down offers to play college football on scholarship because they are going to be the next Clay Matthews, Jared Abbrederis, or, even Baker Mayfield. We watch movies such as Rudy who walked-on at Notre Dame in the 70s […]

On the Threshold of Recognition!

January 17, 2018 Fletcher Long 0

I have had the opportunity to discuss the matter with both the Mayor of Hopkinsville and the County Judge Executive (County Mayor) for Christian County and I believe the search for lost recognition spearheaded by Kentucky Prep Gridiron to gain recognition for the 1940 Hopkinsville High School Football State Champion Tigers is […]