Pardue Steps Down As Mercer County Football Coach

Mercer County football coach Chris Pardue left the program after three years. In his time at Mercer he had a 16-18 record and advanced to the state playoffs two out of the three years.

Mercer County Head Football Coach Chris Pardue stepped down as the man in charge on Thursday, Feb. 5.

Pardue, who came to Mercer after being the offensive coordinator at Campbellsville University, had a 16-18 record in three seasons as head coach of the Titans. 

Prior to his time at Campbellsville, Pardue was the Head Coach at Boyle County High School from 2005-2007, where he compiled a 22-14 record.

Check out this weeks Harrodsburg Herald for the rest of the story.

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