LEXINGTON, Ky. – Country duo Aly’An will play the second Kentucky Football Pregame Concert of the season on Saturday before the Wildcats host Florida. Continue reading UK Football – Country Duo Aly’An to Play Pregame Concert Saturday
Fans may still purchase tickets through TicketExchange, the only safe and secure, fan-to-fan resale marketplace authorized by UK Athletics. TicketExchange is completely integrated with Kentucky’s Ticketmaster software and uses barcode verification technology to ensure the authenticity of tickets.
Schedule features seven homes and a trip to Texas A&M for the first time since 1952
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The 2018 Kentucky football schedule features seven home games, including visits from Mississippi State, South Carolina, Vanderbilt and Georgia, and five road games, the Southeastern Conference announced Tuesday. Continue reading UK Announces 2018 Football Schedule
Ty Back – Columbia, SC
Mark Stoops and the Kentucky Wildcats traveled to Columbia South Carolina Saturday to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in a packed, blackout at Williams-Brice Stadium. This would be Kentucky’s first game of SEC game of the year in one of the tougher stadiums in the SEC but UK proved up to the test. After two sub-par games to start the year, the UK fan base was a little uneasy going into Saturday. Questions about play calling were heard everywhere. Questions like, “Is Gran going to continue to run the Wildcat?”, “Will Lynn Bowden live up to the hype?”, “Can UK compete with the tough opponents of the SEC?” Continue reading UK football 3-0; First Time Since 2010
Road trips are tough. I’m not talking necessarily about the UK Football team traveling to away games with their cushy charter flights and first-class hotels. I’m referencing the trips made by the lowly sports journalist covering the team—travels punctuated by endless drives, budget accommodations, and greasy fast food. Continue reading Carolina Cold Cocked—By John Huang
UK kicks off to start the game and South Carolina would own great field position at their own 32. On the first play of the game S.C. QB Jake Bentley hit Deebo Samuel for a 68 yard touchdown pass for a 6-0 Gamecock lead just 13 seconds in to the contest. Just 35 seconds later, S.C. picked off a Stephen Johnson pass and took over at the UK 39 yard line. After S.C. drive stalled, UK returned the favor with a Mike Edwards interception at the UK14 yard line. UK would drive the ball down the field and punch it in on a Benny Snell touchdown run at the 1:05 mark in the first quarter. The touchdown culminated a 13 play 75 yard drive. UK took the lead 7-6 with the extra point. Continue reading UK stuns South Carolina on the road 23-13
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Ty Back – Lexington, KY
The Kentucky Wildcats (1-0) opened their 2017 home stand by hosting the Eastern Kentucky University Colonels (0-1). Despite the two campuses being only 30 minutes away, this is only the fifth time the two teams have faced off. Kentucky led the series 4-0 coming into today after a thrilling overtime come from behind win two years ago here in Lexington. This was the inaugural game at the newly named Kroger Field. Continue reading UK Football – Cats Win in Home Opener
KENTUCKY POSTGAME NOTES – Kentucky at Southern Mississippi – Carlisle-Faulkner Field / M. M. Roberts Stadium, Hattiesburg, Miss. – Sept. 2, 2017
FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 24, Southern Mississippi 17
Team Records and Series Notes
- This was the season opener for both teams.
- Kentucky leads the series 3-1. This was the first time the teams had played in Hattiesburg.
- Kentucky will return to action Sat. Sept. 9 with the home opener vs. Eastern Kentucky. Game time is noon and it will be televised on the SEC Network and broadcast on the UK Sports Radio Network.
Special $30 tickets to benefit Homes For Our Troops
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky football’s annual Heroes’ Day game is set for the Wildcats’ home opener vs. Eastern Kentucky at noon on Sept. 9 at Kroger Field. Continue reading Heroes’ Day Set for UK Football Home Opener