“It’s an amazing feeling”: Jerry Cephus is making an impact with UMHB football

BELTON- Jerry Cephus still remembers sitting on those bleachers, watching the action play out on the field, and like any kid, he wanted to be a part of it. The fourth-grader had watched the team of elementary school football players for three days now. Nobody had seemed to notice him. That was, until a man, evidently one of the team’s coaches, walked towards the bleachers and gave him an offer that Cephus could not turn down. 

“We’re going to be better from it”: 3 takeaways from Larry’s Harmon’s Sept. 12 press conference

BELTON- How do you push forward after losing a national championship-caliber game? By simply moving on. 

That was one of UMHB head coach Larry Harmon’s main points in the early minutes of his weekly press conference on Monday morning, as he fielded questions, almost all of which were related to Saturday’s road loss to now-No. 4 Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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