Kent McCullough became the third head football coach in the history of Turpin in 2017. He was previously the head football coach and intervention specialist at Harrison High school for six years, where he had a record of 39-26 and took the Wildcats to the state playoffs four out of his six seasons. In 2011, McCullough led the Wildcats to their first conference championship in over a decade, and was named coach of the year in the FAVC. Coach McCullough graduated from Miami University, where he was an All-American and All-MAC performer. After a brief stint in the NFL, McCullough coached and taught at a few high schools in the Dayton area before becoming a graduate assistant coach at the University of Missouri, where he earned his Master’s degree in Health Education. He and his wife Julie and son Jackson are excited to be a part of the Turpin Family and are looking forward to another outstanding season. Go Spartans!