Category Archives: 1962 KENTUCKY FOOTBALL ABUSE

PTSD: CHARLIE BRADSHAW KENTUCKY FOOTBALL

PTSD: CHARLIE BRADSHAW KENTUCKY FOOTBALL. Frequently, former Bradshaw UK Football Athletes contact this reporter, because of my promotion of Athlete Safety 1st and advocacy for the prevention of Child and Youth Athlete Abuse, research and my medical profession. In response to a former Bradshaw UK Football Athlete, who was a terrific player and likewise abused, […]

PULLING OUT FROM AN ABUSIVE SPORTS PORGRAM MIGHT PREVENT DOMESTIC ABUSE AND ATHLETE DEATH

It’s about the Abused Athletes, who in turn Abuse. Coach Bear Bryant said the toughest Coach ever was Bob “Bull Cyclone” Sullivan. “Bull Cyclone” coached football as it has never been coached before or since. He worked himself and his East Mississippi Junior College players — those with the guts to stick with him — […]

ADVERSE CHILD AND YOUTH ATHLETE EXPERIENCE AND INCREASED ADULT DEATH RATE

So what is the relevance of the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, explained below by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, to Athlete Safety 1st and Child Athlete Abuse Syndrome, which are primary concerns of this website? It’s simple. Our 1962 Kentucky Football Story was not a series of random events, but a story about […]

PATHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF BRADSHAW COACHING ON THE 1961 UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY FOOTBALL CLASS

Updated August 24, 2018 Our first Football Class Reunion was June 14, 2008, about one year after the publication of The Thin Thirty. The 2008 Reunion of the 1961-1962 University of Kentucky Football Class was both very Gratifying and Concerning. The Thin Thirty is a remarkable book written by Shannon Ragland and published by Set […]