The Bell County Bobcats have certainly lost a marquee player in London Stephney. Stephney, headed to the Naval Academy to play football, matriculated to the school from his Knoxville, Tennessee home some 3-4 years ago. He graduated last term. However any team with Dudley Hilton at the helm will always have a chance and Bell County just may be returning more than one realizes. Enjoy this preseason breakdown of a team we expect to be heard from in 3A before
Man oh man did Covington Catholic lose a lot on defense. Of course, losing Michael Mayer from off of any offense (or defense) will leave a mark. Caleb Jordan, All-State QB in 2019, is back and that is quite a lot. Enjoy this look at a team which has gone 44-1 the last three years. HB.
In this article, we asked 10 football enthusiasts who identities we agreed not to reveal how they perceived an offer from each of Kentucky’s in-state college football programs from top to bottom. The contents of this article is ranked how they ranked them.
Who’s the new coach at Anderson County? We think it is the guy we have herein featured. We also think you are a Bearcat fan, you should be ecstatic. Enjoy the article. HB.
We aren’t sunshine pumpers around KPGFootball. People sign-up to discover what we think and we believe candor is part of what we are selling. While the Commodores shouldn’t be as offensively potent in 2020 as they were in 2019, particularly through the air, they have a star left in JT Acosta. If his offensive play should mirror what he has been doing on defense; well, then all bets are off on this prediction. Enjoy the article. HB.
Part of what we do is preserve on our database the history of Kentucky High School football both for the purposes of posterity and because the present recorders of history suck at this. In this article we will go back and look at one of Northern Kentucky’s greatest teams ever, the Juggernauts of Lloyd Memorial.
We don’t like the present RPI formula used by the KHSAA. Why? We believe the our of classification enhancement for playing up ridiculously assists the teams who play terrible programs who happen to have larger enrollments. There is a system already being utilized which we believe to be way more accurate. Read this article and let us know what you think. HB.
My friends in Hopkinsville are mighty confident the Tigers will resume their historical place as the elite team in its district. Well they well may as there is plenty of talent on the Tiger roster, yearly. However, don’t overlook a Cougar team which has been depleted by graduation but is returning more talent than some of you realize. Enjoy this early look at our friends at Logan County High School.
We believe Wolfe County High School is close to announcing a new head football coach for its new program. We believe we know who it is. We won’t disclose the coach’s identity until the school has had the chance to make its own announcement. Maybe some of you can read between the lines…HB
In the business of covering Kentucky High School football we have a term we call “Championship Level Defense.” What we say about it is simply a Kentucky high school football team will never win a championship without playing defensively like a champion. Go back through your favorite team’s statistics and see whether you team played defensively commensurate with championship level play. What is championship level defensive play? Well, this article will tell you. HB.