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Sunday night the SEC Network aired a new original production from KY Wildcats TV, Stephen Johnson: Heart of a Wildcat.

If you’re like me, there were too many Sunday errands to complete in time to watch the documentary.  Good news: the 30-minute special is available to re-watch on YouTube.

Stephen Johnson’s story is not only inspiring, the two-year run that is chronicled will wrap you up in nostalgia.  There aren’t many better ways to prepare for football season than to see the former JUCO quarterback take down a Heisman Trophy winner.  My only critique: they omitted, “I love this sh*t.”

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Article written by Nick Roush

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

1 Comment for Braidy Industries wants you to know you can Re-watch Stephen Johnson — Heart of a Wildcat



  1. loservilletard
    10:07 am August 2, 2018 Permalink

    If the Drew Barkers of the world had half as much heart at Stephen they would be all-world. I’m going to miss watching him lead KY.. Every game you knew he was going to give it his all, even if he wasn’t the best QB, you knew he was going to give it week in and week out. I’d take that any year.