Presented by:

There are some big rivalries in Tennessee that may get more attention, but if you ask anyone who attends one of the annual “Coffee Pot” games, it is quickly apparent that the passion and fervor each community feels for their teams is no less intense or real. This rivalry, which started in 1926, draws huge local crowds and is one of the most intense and close rivalries in the state. Last year the Wildcats walked away victorious in a close game ending in 42-41.


Corey Walker

Coffee County Central High School

Corey has been a linebacker on the football team for 1 year. He is also in FBLA & competed at the state level. He plans on attending UTC and where he will major in political science, with a minor in military science as a member of the ROTC program.
Brian Nelms

Tullahoma High School

Brian is a member of the wrestling team as well as a running back and defensive end on the football team. He is also a member of the National Honor Society, boys state delegate and an executive officer in MCJROTC. He plans on attending college and is considering Tennessee Tech, Alabama, and Carson Newman.


Tullahoma proved to be too much for Coffee County to handle. The Tullahoma Wildcats got out to an early lead and kept it. The game was all Wildcats with a final score of 35-0.