11/15/2016 Tidbits

I am going to try my best to make this a short tidbits article but again I really don’t know if it will be a short or long, sometimes I would have about three to five topics that I want to talk about and next thing I know that after I finished writing what I wanted to talk about these three to five topics I ended up thinking of more topics that I would like to talk about on the fly so when it comes to me writing any tidbits it is really unpredictable whether if it’s going to be only a few or is it going to be a several topics. As right of now I have about three or four important topics that I need to talk about and hopefully that I don’t start thinking of more good topics that I would want to talk about which I have often when it comes to writing tidbits article. If I do ended up writing more than intended with three or four topics then I hope that you bear with me and who knows maybe these topics that I thought of on the fly could be valuable information for some of you to know about. I know that there is two things that I must talk about in this tidbits, these two topics won’t be pleasing to some of you and this even may anger some of you but I truly don’t care because this is my opinions or my experiences. If you disagree then that is perfectly fine because it’s my opinion or my experience which not everyone have the same opinion as mine or the experiences that I had experienced and you are more than free to share your own opinions or experiences on your weblog if you have one as you have every right to do so just as I do with mine.

Best Coach In The Nation

There were a contest for the best coach in the nation done by a website USATodayHSS.com where they have two or three-part of contest which is a poll for each coach in region, state/nation. One of coach that was in the contest were one from the high school that I graduated, which if you recall my blog post to ask all readers to cast a poll for Coach Philip Haywood which the post can be found here. Thanks to every one of you and everyone in the region, nation or the state in Kentucky that were voting for him and the result of that he has won for the best coach in the nation! Please allow me to congratulate you to be the best coach in the nation and you do truly deserve to have the recognition especially after all what you have done for football team at Belfry High School.

Vote for Coach Haywood!

Click here and vote Coach Haywood for best coach by looking for a letter “G“!

Philip Haywood is the head coach for football at very well-known high school, Belfry High School in Kentucky. It is sitting in the Pike County in Belfry in the state of Kentucky. He has been head coach for Belfry High School football for roughly 38 years and is continuing to coach the football at one of the very best high school. His set a high record for the most winnings coach for a high school in Kentucky and Belfry High School is in region 4 and has made few trips to championships, especially 6+ trips to championships and has won two championship titles under his belt however Belfry High School has more than two championships under different head coaches but Philip Haywood is the one who has won the most and won the most championships than any of other former coaches at Belfry High School.

His stats of record is that he has been head coach of Belfry High School for 38+ years as I have mentioned above and he has a career record of 362-125. He pushed Belfry High school football team to 6+ trips to championships which is quite several however only be able to bring back two which was in 2003-2004. He also recently took Belfry High School to championship as well however came back with a loss but what is great is that he has made several trips to the championships even if bringing back home few loses but that is more than some of high school football teams in Kentucky and he deserves more knowledge of that, more credits than anyone gives him for his work as a head coach in Belfry High School football team.