We got online to write an altogether different feature than we ended up publishing. It is similar to catching a well hit line drive at a fielder’s head the fielder had little choice but to catch. Enjoy this feature about a player different from the one on whom we first intended to report. HB.
We have before said time and again that both KPGFootball and Mingua Beef Jerky place an emphasis on the boys up front who do a lion’s share of the work for very little recognition. That is why, when a chance presents itself, we jump at the chance to award this to an offensive lineman. Well, if you look at what Johnson Central did in the Semis, the time was ripe to award it to a big and we picked a good ‘un for you. Enjoy this look at an outstanding offensive center and join us again next week when we get to do this another time. HB.
Lucas Wyatt plays for the preeminent offensive line in Kentucky High School football. They are called the “Pancake Platoon” and nobody gets down hill in the run game like the Johnson Central Eagles. Everyone in the stadium knows it’s coming; yet, no one can stop it. Enjoy this feature about a leader along that front stationed at LT but destined to move to guard next level. Enjoy the feature. HB.
You want to talk about your hard-charging, down-hill, multi-level road-graders; this “meat-mover” from Paintsville, Kentucky fits the bill. So that is why it is fitting a company known for selling, or “moving,” if you will, hand-cut, solid pieces of beef in its one-of-a-kind beef jerky products should decide to award its weekly distinction to this particular guy. Enjoy the article. HB.
Here is a guy we are comfortable calling the prototype along a high school interior offensive line. Wondering why that is? Well, this article should explain it to you. HB.
We were 83% in round 1, and a little over 80% in round 2. How will we do in the third round? Who knows, it gets harder the deeper into the muck you sink, trust me. Well, here are our picks…HB
We have picked you a “dirty dozen” of football games for this coming weekend. We were 10-3 this past weekend on our picks running our season recored to 40-6. Yeah, that’s right, we’re pretty awesome at this…HB.
These same teams played early in 2019 in Hyden, Kentucky. Clay County won that game by 17-points. Fans can’t act like high school teams are the same year in and year out. There is something called “graduation” which plays a big part in any high school team’s fortunes. Who will win this year’s game to be played the 11th in Manchester? Glad you asked, we broke down for you in this article? Enjoy! HB.
We are going throughout Kentucky and listing its top teams in each area. We thought we would start with the Mountains. HB.
For those of you nervous from the Johnson County announcement of suspending its in-county football preparation, this article looks at that decision and discusses what, if any, impact it might have on the rest of the KHSAA. Enjoy the article. HB.