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Red Wolves under the radar and across the world: James Williams and Kuwait Gridiron

Here’s a story I did for my class blog. While I was in Kuwait I met James Williams, a former offensive lineman for the Arkansas State Red Wolves and current head coach of U-19 Kuwait Gridiron National Football.


A group of students from the College of Media and Communications recently traveled to Kuwait on a university-sponsored trip to study the print and broadcast media institutions in the country. While over there, our group was contacted by a former Red Wolf who is doing great things in Kuwait. We met up with him and talked about his job and experiences in the Middle East.

James Williams is a 2012 Arkansas State graduate and former offensive lineman for the football team who is now the head coach for the U-19 Kuwait Gridiron National Football team in Kuwait City, Kuwait. For the past five months James has lived in the country and helped build the U-19 football program at the grassroots level.


Day-to-day operations involve strength and conditioning, planning practices, and developing assistant coaches, among other things. About seventy Kuwaiti teenagers have registered with the program. Players on the…

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Made it to the Log Cabin Democrat

Special thanks to Courtney Spradlin from the Log Cabin Democrat for posting my press release about the upcoming trip to Kuwait. Just one week to go.



Kuwait Press Release


I’m going to start really blogging…soon. 

Going Global

Please tune into this blog in mid-to-late October as I’ll be blogging from Kuwait and the Middle East on a school-sponsored trip.


*NOTE: For this school trip, I blogged and posted photos on Weebly:

Blog entries: Bramlett Kuwait Blog