Summit head coach Brian Coleman joined the show, recorded on July 3, 2020 from Jack of Hearts Bar-B-Que in Spring Hill. The Spartans enter the 2020 season as one of the favorites to contend for the title following their runner-up finish in 2019.
In this episode:
- A common-sense approach to conditioning during a pandemic, and the precautions they took upon returning to practice in June.
- The current state of the high school football season and the contingency plans set out by the TSSAA for the 2020 season, to be voted on July 8
- Coleman’s coaching background, including coaching New England Patriots linebacker Dont’a Hightower at Marshall County
- Getting stuck in traffic on the way to their first-round playoff game at Gallatin in 2019
- Why Game of Thrones discussions are banned in the coaches’ office at Summit
This wraps up our offseason episodes, but stay tuned - Season 2 is coming soon! Follow us on Twitter @615Preps for more details on the 2020 season.
This is the first episode in "Coaches and 'Que" offseason series, getting to know several midstate coaches at some of the area's best barbeque joints. This episode profiles Macon County head coach Kyle Shoulders at Big Ed's Bar-B-Que in Lafayette.
VR2's Brandon Martin joins the show for an in-depth look at recruiting following the early national signing window, and a new offseason project announcement from Chris and Scott on the next-to-last episode of the season.
This week's extended episode dives into each of the BlueCross Bowl championship games involving the seven area teams fighting for titles: Davidson Academy, CPA, MBA, Pearl-Cohn, Summit, Springfield and Ravenwood, and recaps Springfield's overtime victory in the semifinals.
This week's show tackles a couple of Division II semifinals and gets you ready for the Division I semifinals on Black Friday. Also, a new name is added to the Player of the Week list and somebody changes their mind on a pick for this week.
The gang discusses some surprises from the second round, and DeKalb County radio analyst Luke Willoughby joins the show to discuss the Tigers' first-ever quarterfinal appearance. Also, Player of the Week and third-round picks are discussed.
This week's episode looks back at a couple of road teams who pulled off first-round victories, adds a newcomer to the Player of the Week list, and somehow manages to squeeze in a Bucksnort reference in all of it.
The Columbia Daily Herald's Maurice Patton joins the show to discuss his TSSAA Distinguished Service honor and Maury County teams preparing for the postseason. The gang revisits the Gallatin-Beech slugfest and Chris Brooks has to answer for a bad week in "Who Ya Got?"
The gang discusses whether or not Tennessee should have nine total state championships in high school football, and what they think an ideal setup might be. Plus, Week 9 picks for 10 of the best games featuring two area teams.
The gang recaps Week 6's top games and gives their thoughts on several area teams' playoff outlooks as the second half of the season begins. Plus, "Who Ya Got?" returns for another week of staff predictions.
Vol Recruiting Reports' Brandon Martin joins the show to discuss recruiting, including an underrated player in the Midstate area. The gang recaps some of the important Week 3 results and picks winners for the biggest games of Week 4.
Mt. Juliet head coach Trey Perry and Lebanon head coach Chuck Gentry join the show ahead of their Week 3 region clash. This week's Player of the Week is chosen, and the crew picks 10 more winners for this week's action.
The gang previews some of Week 1's best games, and Gallatin head coach Chad Watson joins the show ahead of the Green Wave's season opener against Lebanon. Also, is Cookeville the best place for the state championship games?
The gang concludes the preseason preview series with a look at Class 1A, 2A, 4A and Division II-A. Also, which teams do the guys think could win their first state title this year? And, the first Game of the Week is revealed for Week 1.
Chris Brooks, Scott Burton and Christian Kaposy open the 615Preps preview series with a look at teams in three classes in the Middle Tennessee area. Other segments include a weekly poll question and a topic for discussion around the area.