Caroline Steele played basketball from a young age but selected tennis as the sport to pay for her college. Caroline was coached by Larry Heflin and had other great influences such as Bennie Purcell, Mel Purcell, Judy Dixon and Billie Jean King that inspired, honed and developed her skills and person. She discusses the lifelong bonds and lessons that she developed through competing at the collegiate level.
What do the football programs at USC, University of Miami, Michigan, University of Tennessee, Oklahoma and Nebraska have in common? You will know after you listen to this interview.
“If you are ready to succeed as much as you are ready to breathe“, Coach Randy Wyatt has some advice. Coach Wyatt provides some practical tips that will improve your game, while you watch your favorite sports in the comfort of your living room!
The business of college sports, Coach Howard Schnellenberger of University of Louisville; Coach Bill Curry University of Kentucky; Bear Bryant, Vince Lombardi.
As a player or a parent you will hear things you can learn from Oakland Raiders interest in Josh Forrest.
Do you want to know what JD Harmon of the University of Kentucky thinks of (coach) Randy Wyatt, read this interview. kysportsreport.com
Randy Wyatt is a Paducah Tilghman High School coach that has won multiple KHSAA State Championships in multiple sports as a coach and an athlete.
Randy describes the mindset that is required to win championships. He provides insights from his early influences on his career.
Many coaches and players excel in a single sport. But Randy Wyatt has a resume that is in very select company by winning championships in football and track as a coach and dominating his track events as an athlete.
What does it take from a player, parent and a coach to bring home championships? It is probably not what you think.
Dennis Foust a native of Marshall County played high school basketball as point guard, and founded the Marshall County Little Dribblers program. If you have been to a Marshall County home basketball game in the past years you will recognize him as the PA announcer. Dennis provides forty years of insights and inspiration on how to be involved in youth sports and demonstrates a dedication to the development of our kids and a commitment to our community.