There are numerous stars ladening the LCA football roster and some “up and comers” of whom you may not even know presently destined to be stars. Still the straw which appears to stir the drink of the ’22 version of the Eagles football team appears to be this Will Nichols kid. There is very little about him online and we had to work hard to bring you this report. We promise you, we dug harder to get this article published than any college coach is going to work to find him or any other “under the radar” player out in the commonwealth. Enjoy the feature and try to learn something. HB.
Cortez Stone was the best RB in Kentucky as a freshman among ’25’s in our opinion. He hasn’t slumped any this sophomore season either. In round two he carried his team to a convincing victory. How much farther can he carry the Yellow Jackets? Don’t know, that road through Russellville and Logan County High is a killer. Enjoy this article and don’t forget to make the time to #savortheflavor of the country finest all-beef jerky products. HB.
You don’t see a ton of fullbacks anymore. Here is a fullback who runs and hits a ton. He has low pad level and runs with excellent body-lean and purpose. We love his game. We love this position. More teams should get one (in our humble opinion). Enjoy the feature. HB.
Well, the Danville, KY, near-IVY league college with the ancient and prestigious football program has done what it does seemingly every offseason. The Colonels have gained a commitment from arguably the best high school football player in the entire commonwealth. This guy has been wowing fans across the commonwealth since taking home the Championship Game MVP two-years ago. Now he takes his game to a larger stage and to the brighter lights of Andy Frye Stadium.
Yesterday, the Centre Colonels said goodbye to a group of seniors who had won lots of ball games and meant so much to Colonel Nation. We send them off in this article and look forward to what the future may hold as we head into another offseason full of promise and hope. HB.
We are down to the “Elite Eight.” We will take a look at the matchups in each classification and hint at where we think how some of these games will go. Funny how, every year, the same teams seem to break through to the Regional Championships regardless of what happened during the regular season. Enjoy the article. HB.
This week’s Revolutionary Player is a real “Dog.” Now, understand, “Dog” is a real compliment in the football world to football players. That and why this player has won this award is fully explained herein. In the meantime, enjoy this feature about this spectacular football player and see our friends and learn why Independence Bank‘s products, people, and services have started a revolution in the Kentucky banking industry. HB.
Every now and again, we pick games. We have had tremendous success doing it. We thought we would break down one of the better Round 2 matchups to take place tomorrow night and let you see all the analysis which goes in to our picking a football game. We aren’t exactly throwing crap against a wall and seeing what sticks. We have a method here. HB.
We have awarded some tremendous jerky products to some outstanding football players since the award’s inception. We have never awarded this prize package to a better football player than Harris Phelps from Paintsville, Kentucky. Playing 1A football kills kids chances of getting recruited at some levels of football and that is senseless. Where a family chooses to live and in what type environment the family chooses to rear a family, be it a small town or large one, has NOTHING to do with what kind of athlete or player the kid develops into being. This kid proves this as well as any. Enjoy this look at Harris Phelps and don’t forget to get out and buy a big bag of Mingua Beef Jerky. Life is short, so #savortheflavor!
The acorn didn’t fall far from this tree. Little Jones impressed us with his performance at the Team Kentucky FBU Elite Combine November 6, in Berea, Kentucky. We were so smitten we thought we might as well tell you about it. Enjoy the feature about this top ’28 prospect. HB.