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Season preview: University of the Cumberlands Patriots football

The University of the Cumberlands Patriot Football team enters the 2016 season with a chip on their shoulder. The Patriots fell just short of a NAIA Football National Championship Series berth and now is the time for redemption.

Friday night scores – Aug 19, 2016

The following are high school football scores of interest for the evening of Friday, August 19.

2016 football preview: Lynn Camp Wildcats

The Lynn Camp Wildcats showed a lot of promise in the 2015 season. They got off to a rough start with a 40-0 loss at Perry Central, but then they won four straight, defeating McCreary Central, Jackson County, Berea and Jenkins. You need to login to view the rest of the content....

2016 football preview: Williamsburg Yellow Jackets

The 2016 Williamsburg Yellow Jackets will have a somewhat different look compared to recent years. In past seasons, Head Coach Jerry Herron has had the luxury of large senior classes. This season, however, he is only dressing five senior players. You need to login to view the...

2016 football preview: Whitley County Colonels

Whitley County football Head Coach Jason Chappell is very excited with the 2016 season about to kickoff. He is eager to see his Colonels in action on the field, saying recently, “I really love our football team. I love where we’re at right now. This group has been absolutely...

2016 football preview: Corbin Redhounds

The Corbin Redhounds were one step away from their goal of playing for a Class 3A state championship in 2015. This year, Head Coach Justin Haddix seems confident that his team will be able to play their way back to the state semis, where they are likely to face a rematch with the...

Tri-County Sports Authority gearing up for tenth season of youth football in 2016

The Tri-County Sports Authority has been giving youth in this area the opportunity to learn the game of football for ten years now, and after a decade of success, current TCSA President Chad Estep says that he is excited about what the future will hold for the organization.

Patriots’ Williams Signs Free Agent Deal with Houston Texans

The University of the Cumberlands (UC) Football program had a very solid season in 2015 as they rebounded with a 7-3 record overall, just coming up short of making yet another appearance in the NAIA Football Championship Series. Numerous Patriots would have stellar campaigns this...

UC’s Wendall Williams Sets Records at NFL Regional Combine

The University of the Cumberlands (UC) takes pride in its athletes and their abilities. One athlete, Wendall Williams (Syracuse, NY), has done many things both on the football field and on the track for the Patriots in the last two years.

Mid-South Conference Creates Largest College Football Conference

The Mid-South Conference and The Sun Conference are merging to form the largest football conference in college sports.