John Schraman, Was the assistant coach of the University of Kentucky football team and the offensive winger of the All Southeastern League during his British game. He died on Thursday after two years of fighting cancer. He is 45 years old.
“I was heartbroken to learn of my friend’s death, John Schraman“, the British head coach said Mark Stopes. “In this very difficult time, I prayed to Annie Lee and the children Joseph, Benjamin, Matthew and Evelyn.
“John is everything we all strive to do-honesty, tenacity, fairness, and respect. Without him, Kentucky football would not be the same, but his legacy will never disappear. He is a fighter and we will Work hard every day to defend his warrior spirit.”
Schlarman was diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma in the summer of 2018. His determination as a Kentucky football player is reflected in his fight against illness. He has continued to coach countless times-his tenacity has inspired the British players and everyone around him-until the UK has missed the last two games. The last time he appeared on the sidelines was in Tennessee on October 17th. When the Wildcats won, Stopps awarded the game ball to Slaman.
“The British track and field family is deeply saddened by the death John Schraman,” said Mitch Barnhart, Director of British Track and Field. “Over the past two years, he has been an incredible inspiration. He taught people how to live and showed us all what courage means.
“John is a great husband, father, teacher and leader. He will be remembered for his love for his family, his dedication to the players and his outstanding performance as a coach. We are for his family and all I extend my sincere condolences and condolences. I know and love him.”
Schlarman was an original member of the Stoops staff and worked tirelessly in 2013 to help rebuild his beloved football project. Schlarman’s offensive line is very suitable for Stoops’ blue-collar approach, played a key role in this process, and played four consecutive games in the 2016-19 season. In 2018, the UK won 10-3, the school’s first 10-win season in 41 years, followed by a victory over Penn State in the VRBO Citrus Bowl. Britain then defeated Virginia Tech in the Belk Bowl in 2019.
In the past four seasons, Kentucky has broken many school records, including the single-season record for the most rushes in a single attempt, the most touchdowns, and the most rushes. In 2016 and 19’s, the Schraman Cats were shortlisted for the Joe Moore Award for the best offensive line in the country.
Personal guard Logan Steinberg Bunchy Stallings won a national honor.Stenberg, Stallings, Jon Thoth and Drake JacksonAnd solve Landon Young Won all SEC praise.In the past four seasons, linemen have paved the way for 1,000-yard impactors, Stanley “Boom” Williams, Benny Snell Jr. and Lynn Bowden Jr. Snell has reached the 1,000-yard mark three times and left the UK to become the school’s all-time leader.
Schlaerman first came to England from Foot Heights High School. Thomas (K.) of Kentucky, he is the winger of the statewide offense. He has also appeared in track and field competitions and is a member of the Highland Track and Field Hall of Fame.
Schlarman (Schlarman) studied in the UK in 1993, starting from 1994-97 for four years, as the first team captain won the honor of the entire SEC. He was also a member of the SEC Freshman Team in 1994 and was selected as the team’s most outstanding offensive informant in 1995 and 1996. After his junior season, he was selected as the “Unknown Heroes National Team.” College Football Chronicle.
Schlarman is also an outstanding student. He served as a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll for three years and was a finalist in the National Academia in 1997. His precise methods in the field are consistent with his major, and he earned a degree in mathematics.
Schlarman served as a coach at Bourbon County High School and as a defensive line coach in 1998 and 1999, helping the team enter the state playoffs in two seasons. He returned to the UK in 2000-02 as a graduate assistant. While studying for a master’s degree, he helped the offensive line in three seasons. When the Wildcats set a 7-5 record, he was also fully responsible for the 02 season finale.
Schlarman (Schlarman) served as the head coach in Campbell County in 2003 and re-entered high school for two seasons. He moved to Newport HS in the 2005-06 season and achieved a two-year record of 19-6, including two state playoffs and a regional championship. He was named Regional Coach of the Year in 2005.
Before returning to the UK, Schlarman worked as an offensive line coach at Troy University from 2007-12, helping Troy win or share four Sun Belt Conference championships and advanced to three. Games. During Troy’s tenure, he was one of the most productive crimes in the United States. He coached eight all-Sun belt teams.