JSU Corn Hole National Champion Looks to Defend His Title

Thursday, November 7, 2019

 

It’s never too late for someone to discover their hidden talents. A local university students is now a national champion after discovering his unique skills as a corn hole player. Branson Oliver is a student at Jacksonville State University who won the corn hole national championship earlier this year with his partner, Dustin Travis. Branson has been playing corn hole for only 4 years. Within that time, Branson has discovered another skill that helped elevate his game.

 

Branson and his partner Dustin, will be the first students to ever received a championship corn hole ring from JSU. And Branson says he plans to head into this year’s national competition to defend his title, and become back-to-back champions.

 

This year’s Corn Hole National Championship Competition will be held December 26th in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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