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JoJo Kemp Attacks New Field in Life after Football

The lessons JoJo Kemp learned on the field are paying dividends in his new field.

The former Kentucky running back that carried the Wildcats to Mark Stoops’ first signature victory, a come from behind upset of South Carolina, is now helping others get back into the game. A medical equipment specialist, it’s not exactly the same as reading holes, but the discipline instilled in him at UK has made him successful at his next stop

“Man, football helped out a ton,” Kemp told KSR. “That’s what I tell all my athletes. I don’t care if it’s football, basketball, hockey, no matter what, being a part of a team sport, kids need that in life because it teaches you things that other places can’t: discipline, teamwork, holding yourself accountable, time management.”

Jojo is now working with another former Wildcat too, Dr. David Hamilton. Bradley McKee caught up with the dynamic duo that is helping people across Central Kentucky.

 

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

6 Comments for JoJo Kemp Attacks New Field in Life after Football



  1. UK_fac_boi
    3:05 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

    Why not UK?



  2. JoeBee
    3:37 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

    Good for JoJo!



  3. Philthy
    3:50 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

    Is JoJo expecting a flood?



    • J. Did
      5:28 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

      Precisely: Based on the almost-Bermuda-slacks, I was thinking he’d gone into ARK building.

      Perhaps they’re tucked into the statement ‘stockings’… like a baseball player?



  4. Cletis75
    3:54 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

    Jojo is one of my favorites, but no way he looked in the mirror before leaving and said , “oh yeah, these pants look good!”



  5. ukkatzfan
    9:04 pm September 23, 2020 Permalink

    He get his medical section degree from Frederick Douglas ?