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We are pleased to announce that we will be carrying two additional football games for Campbellsville University on Saturday, November 3rd and 10th at 1:00PM  EDT. (EST the following weekend).

Fighting Tiger football will host Lindsey Wilson College on the 3rd and Cincinnati Christian University on the 10th.

countdown_header_logoCAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Six fumbles by Campbellsville Fighting Tiger football resulting in four turnovers that led to 14 points for No. 10 Bethel University in the first quarter dug a hole for CU in the Wildcats 49-13 win.

The Wildcats opened the game with a surprise onside kick on the opening kickoff that led to a 12-yard touchdown run by Ayunta Davis to give BU a 7-0 lead.

The Tigers defense was holding Bethel despite the Wildcats going up 14-0 but CU quarterback Josh Davis fumbled a snap deep in Tiger territory that gave BU a short field. Bethel punched it in two plays later as De’Ontay Tate scored from 4-yards to give the Wildcats a 21-0 just before the end of the first quarter.

CU cut into the Bethel lead going into halftime with a 28-10 score after the Tigers outscored the Wildcats 10-7 in the second quarter.

The third quarter had a lot of action and no points with both teams failing on a fourth down conversion and Bethel roughed CU’s Noah Bicksler on a punt to continue a Tiger drive that led to a field goal to make the score 28-13 in the fourth quarter.

That’s where the Wildcats kicked it into another gear, scoring three unanswered touchdowns to finish off the game.

Offensively, Campbellsville had a solid day in the passing attack, only being outgained in the air by 27 yards. Davis had a solid night passing the ball going 22-42 for 244 yards but his three fumbles, two of which were lost, accounted for half of the Tiger turnovers.

For the second-straight week, Bicksler had a good night in his role as both the place kicker and punter for CU. He made both of his field goal attempts, a 29 yarder in the second quarter and a 20 yarder in the fourth quarter along with his three punts averaging 52.7 yards per kick with a long of 70 yards.

Tiger football will head back on the road next week as they’ll travel to face Cumberland University next Saturday. That will be the first of two-straight road games as they will also play Georgetown on Oct. 27 after a bye week.



Campbellsville University is a widely-acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with more than 10,000 students offering more than 90 programs of study including Ph.D., master, baccalaureate, associate, pre-professional and certification programs. The university has off-campus centers in Kentucky cities Louisville, Harrodsburg, Somerset, Hodgenville and Liberty with Kentucky instructional sites in Elizabethtown, Owensboro and Summersville, and nationally in Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay, Jacksonville, Fla. and Chicago. The university also has a full complement of online programs. The website for complete information is campbellsville.edu


Cash Cowboys

A reality series following modern-day cowboys who are backed by a strong family code of honor, saving the land when no one else can.

In the series, the Huwa Family — from their Keenesburg, Colorado community and numerous businesses — will combine their faith, and entrepreneurial spirit, to build a strong growing family of American workers to protect and save the landscape.


The heart of the series is all about cowboy culture, and the spirit of the West. These cowboys are just as likely to be riding a five-ton bulldozer as a one-ton rodeo bull, a 200-horsepower excavator as a horse on the range. The series is about big equipment, tough terrain, bucking bulls, mother nature, and extreme deadlines that keep them on their toes. The stakes are high, and there is no room for error. Still, they take time to appreciate each other and enjoy life, living as modern day ambassadors for the American people and American values. Where they come from, family is about more than blood — it’s about having each other’s backs and sharing values. The Huwas are a self-made success story as salt of the earth people who want to improve the world.



Movie: Saturday, August 4th

Series: Wednesdays at 9PM


Originally released in 2012, the documentary, Monumental, remains relevant today.

Monumental is the story of America’s beginnings. Presented, produced, and starring Kirk Cameron, the two-hour true story follows this father of six across Europe and the U.S. as he seeks to discover America’s true “national treasure” – the people, places, and principles that made America the freest, most prosperous and generous nation the world has ever known.

Monumental is heralded as “inspiring,” “beautifully executed,” “powerful,” and “one meant to teach.”

Long regarded as “the land of opportunity,” there’s no question the tiny band of religious outcasts who founded this country hit upon a formula for success that went way beyond what they could have imagined. How else can you explain the fact that they established a nation that has become the best example of civil, economic and religious liberty the world has ever known?

 What formula did they discover? What motivated them to come here in the first place? More importantly, how can we apply these same foundational truths today?