It's been five years since Roy Kidd retired from the coaching ranks.
Just because he is no longer active in the coaching circles doesn't mean the legendary retired football coach at Eastern Kentucky University is taking it easy.
In fact, he is as busy as ever playing golf, traveling and catching up on things he missed out on while he coached at Eastern from 1964-2002. He remains close to the university where he won 315 games and had a stadium named in his honor long before he coached his last football game at the school.
He has an office on campus and serves as an outreach ombudsman.
Kidd, 75, has replaced coaching with golf and he has plenty of time to grab the clubs, jump in the cart and play a few rounds since he lives in a condo at Battlefield Golf Course between Richmond and Berea. Kidd's residence is located near the No. 9 tee box, giving him a solid view of the fairways and greens located on the course.