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Go Indians! A challenge accepted and won

Jason Corbin loves a good rivalry, and after a conversation about the longstanding competitiveness between Adair and Russell counties, Corbin challenged his friend, Coach Van Isaacs, that he would donate $50 a player if the football team beat Russell County last Friday night.

Not only did they win, but they won big, with a final score of 46 - 7, and Corbin held true to his word, donating $2,000 to the football boosters this week.

"Talk about sticking your foot in your mouth; but when you do it you do it," Corbin joked. "Van and I had a good laugh about it all and I'm proud of the team. Go Indians!"
To reach Jason and rub it in, or say 'good job!' or both, just click on his Farm Bureau Insurance logo on the top left of this CM page for contact information. - LW

This story was posted on 2021-08-26 08:50:04
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Adair County Indians Football Team

2021-08-26 - Adair County, KY - Photo courtesy of Jason Corbin.
ACHS Coach Van Isaacs and his football team accepted a challenge from his friend Jason Corbin who said if they beat Russell County Friday night he'd donate $50 a player to the team. See the linked story details to find out what happened. Go Indians!

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