’27 prospect has morphed from life threatening injury to one of Kentucky’s finest athletes This is a prospect who can do the unthinkable athletically and the evidence of this exists on the internet in volumes. From climbing a peg wall or rope with ease, to doing weighted dips, to doing […]
There will always be room at the Inn for the 5’8,” 230-pound star lineman slotted inside on either the offensive or defensive lines of scrimmage. Landon Bullock may growth-spurt out of that class of player into a college, D-1 prospect. Should he not, there are other levels of college ball which afford very similar opportunities (and some even better) than the D-1 guys. Enjoy the feature. FL.
This kid here has numbers, particularly in the weight room, which just sort of jump off the charts at the reader. He is crazy strong, crazy powerful, crazy explosive, and crazy young. Not even being a freshman could shelve him for the year. Wait until you see what this guy does over the next three years. Avoid the rush, get scared now! HB.
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 5-2 on the season and 3-1 in SAA competition, still holding our destinies in our own hands. A win over highly regarded Trinity Texas, and one over BSU in Birmingham a week later, will crown us “Kings of the SAA Conference” and guarantee a bid to the NCAA’s. It doesn’t matter what we have done before now, now is the only thing which counts. Go Colonels!
We lost a heartbreaker yesterday to a team to which we hate to lose. We probably don’t have a sterner rival in the conference than Berry College. Still, Centre doesn’t have time to mourn a tough loss. The trip to Conway, Arkansas is on the immediate horizon and we still hold our own destiny in our hands as we will explain in this article. Enjoy. HB.
Centre and Sewanee renewed what has to be the oldest rivalry in the SAA if not the entire NCAA, Division III. This newest entry in the series was an exciting one and a game where Centre’s execution began to look like it has to look for Centre to be ready for the challenges which lie ahead. Enjoy this recap of the Sewanee game and a look ahead to the challenges presented by Berry College. HB.
Centre escaped Hanover, Indiana with a win. That was about as positive as we can be about a performance which gives us plenty of mistakes to study and correct. Coaches say teams experience the most growth between the first and second games, particularly in college football. Colonel fans must “pray” that rings true or we may not be as lucky outcome wise as we were with the Panthers in Indiana. Enjoy the scout. HB.
How common is it for three former Junior Pro teammates to wind up on the same college football roster? Not very would be our educated guess but that is exactly what happened with Barnett, Kelley, and Long. Enjoy this special Colonel coverage in light of the team’s presently being in Fall camp. HB.
Never met an offensive lineman who much relished the obligation of having to block a player like Jake Jackson. Low center of gravity, incredible leg kick, power, explosion, off the charts strength, and Jack Jackson’s being ill-humored upon arriving to the football all make him a handful. Yessir, blocking Jake Jackson was such a pain in the rear no one elected to do it all season. Enjoy this feature on a guy who is definitely an All-State caliber defensive lineman. HB.