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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. Tullahoma travels just 10 short miles down the road to Coffee County, who is looking to rebound from last years 42-13 loss.


Ryan Scott
Tullahoma QB Ryan Scott named the MVP of tonight's match-up with Coffee County. All he did was throw for four touchdowns in Tullahoma's one-sided 38-7 win over the Red Raiders. Congratulations Ryan!


Will Partin


Will is a two sport letterman that excels in the sports of football and basketball. Will is a duel enrollment student as well as taking AP classes. Will represents the best of Tullahoma High School. Will is undecided where he would like to study business.
Connor Shemwell

Coffee County

Connor is a three sport athlete excelling in Football, basketball and baseball. In 2020 he was awarded Offensive Player of the year for Coffee County as well as All Region 3 for 6A. Connor juggles all these extracurriculars while holding a 3.6 GPA.


The annual battle for the "Coffee Pot" between the Wildcats of Tullahoma and the Red Raiders of Coffee County proved to be a one-sided affair. Following a scoreless first quarter, Tullahoma took over the contest scoring the game's first 38 points. A late touchdown by the Red Raiders broke-up the shutout and resulted in the 38-7 final score.